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FDA approves e-cigarettes in U.S. for first time Updated: 2021-10-14 11:48:07 KST

The U.S. FDA on Tuesday authorized e-cigarette products for the first time ever, allowing for the British American Tobacco to sell its 'Vuse' e-cigarettes and its cartridges used for refills.
The latest announcement comes as the FDA last month delayed its decision on whether Juul and other major e-cigarette manufacturers including BAT can sell their products in the U.S., as it weighed the public health impact of the products.
The FDA's director at the Center for Tobacco Products said the manufacturer's data showed its tobacco-flavored products could benefit addicted adult smokers with a significant reduction in cigarette consumption by reducing their exposure to harmful chemicals.
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