Transcripts For The FDA’s December Public Hearing

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It’s as good a time for any for a bit of rampant linking connecting a few bits of the site that relate to one another.  The FDA’s public hearing on December 17th was an opportunity for individuals to provide input in regards to the future of tobacco and nicotine alternatives regulation.  The event was both insightful and considered a bit of a success for e-cig advocates.  A transcript of the event is now available at the FDA website and can be seen here.

At the same time, the Tobacco Merchants Association has created a transcript of the event.  Theirs is a little easier to read.  If nothing else, its nice to have a backup in place to make sure everything said at the event was recorded.

Check out their transcript here.

The Tobacco Merchant’s Association supports the various companies involved in tobacco product manufacture, sales, and distribution.  Their annual meeting last year offered us a great chance to meet some movers affecting the world of electronic cigarettes.  Case in point: Riccardo Polosa and Michael Siegel.  We hope to make it this year too!

I also covered the FDA public hearing in real time.  My key takeaway can be found here.  The public hearing was the first in what will certainly be a long effort by the FDA to understand and reign in the electronic cigarette market.  The more people that speak out, even in the presence of arguably deft FDA ears, the better.

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25 Comments

  1. saboinia says

    thank you for information on this

  2. Nathaniel says

    Thank you for this post, im really worried the FDA is going to ban!

  3. Donald Hammond says

    Thanks for posting it. I missed it so this is great to have.

  4. Michelle says

    Thank you!!

  5. Mike says

    I too would like to thank you for posting this.

  6. slap_maxwell says

    Thanks for keeping this on the front burner, Klaus! I appreciate your work here.

  7. Philippe Caron-Boutin says

    thank

  8. zedmen says

    Thanks

  9. Lincoln Pennell says

    Thanks

  10. Kristina Pennell says

    Thank You

  11. mrcrunch08 says

    thanks for the post. Much needed info.

  12. Pearl McLaughlin (Moxie) says

    Interesting read… especially when you read your notes from the hearing… what I got from it, is 50% of smokers die, (Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco )…too many are dying and not enough are quitting… we need new intervention (Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids)…52% try to quit and only 7% succeed (American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Inc)… AND everyone of them support a fast track of ecigs! Thanks for keeping us informed… now it sounds as if there were valuable and reliable participants. Oh wait, I didn’t include the FDA… and big tobacco… and the pharmaceutical companies!

  13. rALPH says

    THANKS

  14. kkneale says

    Thanks for the comments and compliments all. 🙂

  15. John "Shub" Fellhoelter says

    Excellent. Thanks for keeping us updated on this.

  16. chuck says

    Thank you for the links.

  17. Amanda says

    glad to see this was posted

  18. GhOsT DoGg79 says

    as am i

  19. Michael Maxey says

    Thank you for this information. I have a vaping club and some of the members had been asking me this information and I could not give it to them as I missed the meeting myself. I will post this on our page on facebook.

  20. Courtney says

    Great post!

  21. Holden says

    Great Post.

  22. DemonFire says

    I was looking for this! Thanks for posting!

  23. Karla Lyle (MsV8PR) says

    We are getting very close to knowing the final answer I a really worried 🙁

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