Stoptober is back: The UK’s annual challenge to quit smoking in the month of October. According to the NHS if a smoker can stay quit for 28-days then it is 5 times more likely the person quits for good.
Those are great odds. But what about how a smoker chooses to quit, does that improve the odds of success?
For years UK government health organizations have been leading voices in support of vaping as a tool for tobacco harm reduction. Yet the UK is not immune to the massive worldwide campaign of misinformation intended to discredit and destroy vaping as a viable alternative to smoking.
In this episode of RegWatch we are joined by tobacco harm reduction advocate and clinical consultant Louise Ross to discuss realities on the ground in the UK effort to stamp out smoking. Are e-cigarettes being promoted at NHS Stop Smoking Services centers? What is the current UK public perception of vaping? And, how might the demise of Public Health England affect the outcome of the war on vaping?
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Live Streamed: September 30, 2020
Produced by Brent Stafford
This episode is supported by DVINE LABS