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Lost Art vs FDA Update-March 2018

Lost Art vs FDA Update-March 2018

Lost Art Liquids believes that government transparency is one of the most important, fundamental rights we all have as citizens. FDA for two years has sought to avoid transparency and keep secret from the public over 290,000 pages of documentation which FDA claims it relied upon between 2012-2015 to formulate the deeming regulation. 
The deeming regulation "deems" technology products like e-cig devices and non nicotine e-liquids, to be "tobacco" and regulates these products in the same way as deadly cigarettes. As many of you know, the deeming regulation, if left unchecked, will eliminate nearly all vapor products from the market leaving smokers with...


Vape Magazine Article Excerpt- January 2018

Vape Magazine Article Excerpt- January 2018

Vape Magazine Article published 1/21/2018. 

 


UPDATE: Lost Art Liquids vs FDA, 01/23/2018

Update- 1/23/2018

Lost Art Liquids vs. FDA 1/23/2018

Lost Art Liquids vs. FDA:

Federal Magistrate Judge Mumm hears oral arguments for the first time in our case against FDA today, 1/23/2018 at 10AM PST. We are asking for the court to force FDA to give us all documents that it used to create the deeming rule, without subjecting them to a protective order so that we can share whatever we receive with all of you.

 

It’s a difficult argument to win, but we believe it’s an important one to fight.  FDA should allow everyone to see exactly what documents they relied on when constructing...


Regulatory plan for tobacco and nicotine regulation-from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb

8/16/17-New England Journal of Medicine

The article can be found below or at this link: http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1707409?query=featured_home

"Despite extraordinary progress in tobacco control and prevention, tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States. Combustible cigarettes cause the overwhelming majority of tobacco-related disease and are responsible for more than 480,000 U.S. deaths each year. Indeed, when used as intended, combustible cigarettes kill half of all long-term users.1

With the tools provided to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of...