Stanton Glantz, the most well-known tobacco control activist in the world thinks e-cigarettes are “dangerous in an absolute sense” and make the tobacco epidemic worse by promoting what researchers call ‘dual use’—when people adopt vaping, but continue to smoke.
Glantz is a professor in the school of medicine and director of the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education at the University of California, San Francisco. He is also famous for his role in beating Big Tobacco in the 1990’s.
Join RegWatch for part 1 of our 2-part exclusive in-depth interview and hear what Glantz thinks about: the dangers of e-cigarettes, the rise of teenage vaping in the United States, the validity of the 95% less harmful finding; and his reaction to the Royal College of Physicians report and response to criticism by vaping advocates that most national research is biased against e-cigarettes.
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