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Modelling the expected impact of cigarette tax and price increases under Vietnam's excise tax law 2015-2020.

Mark Goodchild, Le Thi Thu, Dao The Son, Lam Nguyen Tuan, Robert Totanes, Jeremias Paul, Kidong Park,

BACKGROUND:Vietnam's national tobacco control strategy aims to reduce the rate of smoking among male adults from 45% in 2015 to 39% by 2020. The aim of this paper is to assess what contribution cigarette tax increases under Vietnam's current excise tax plan can be expected to make to this target, ... Read more >>

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'I'm killing myself, but I'm saving the planet': rolling tobacco smokers' perceptions of rolling papers.

Crawford Moodie, Rachel O'Donnell,

INTRODUCTION:Despite the global growth of rolling tobacco, we are unaware of any research that has explored smokers' perceptions of the types of rolling papers available, or plain rolling papers, which are now required in Canada and Israel. METHODS:Eight focus groups were conducted with rolling tobacco smokers (n=50) in Greater Glasgow ... Read more >>

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Successful countering of tobacco industry efforts to overturn Thailand's ENDS ban.

Roengrudee Patanavanich, Stanton Glantz,

BACKGROUND:After Thailand enacted laws to ban the import and sale of all types of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS, including e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products (HTPs)) in 2015, pro-ENDS advocacy groups pressured the government to lift the ban, particularly after Philip Morris International (PMI) started promoting its HTP IQOS in ... Read more >>

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Use of heated tobacco products in smoke-free locations in Japan: the JASTIS 2019 study.

Kosuke Kiyohara, Takahiro Tabuchi,

OBJECTIVE:We aimed to examine the use of heated tobacco products (HTPs) in locations where cigarette smoking was not allowed, and to explore the factors associated with such use among Japanese HTP users. METHODS:An internet-based self-reported questionnaire survey was conducted in 2019 as part of the Japan Society and New Tobacco ... Read more >>

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Creating a market for IQOS: analysis of Philip Morris' strategy to introduce heated tobacco products to the Australian consumer market.

Christina Watts, Suzan Burton, Becky Freeman,

BACKGROUND:Philip Morris International has made efforts to expand the sale of its heated tobacco product, IQOS, into new domestic markets globally. In Australia, where heated tobacco products are prohibited, the company recently attempted to overturn Australian legislation in order to permit their sale. In light of this recent move, this ... Read more >>

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Transitions between cigarette, ENDS and dual use in adults in the PATH study (waves 1-4): multistate transition modelling accounting for complex survey design.

Andrew F Brouwer, Jihyoun Jeon, Jana L Hirschtick, Evelyn Jimenez-Mendoza, Ritesh Mistry, Irina V Bondarenko, Stephanie R Land, Theodore R Holford, David T Levy, Jeremy M G Taylor, Nancy L Fleischer, Rafael Meza,

INTRODUCTION:Even prior to 2018, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) began to dramatically change the landscape of tobacco products and product use patterns in the USA. METHODS:Using a Markov multistate transition model accounting for complex survey design, transition rates between never, non-current, cigarette, ENDS and dual use states were estimated for ... Read more >>

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Reactions to messages about smoking, vaping and COVID-19: two national experiments.

Anna H Grummon, Marissa G Hall, Chloe G Mitchell, Marlyn Pulido, Jennifer Mendel Sheldon, Seth M Noar, Kurt M Ribisl, Noel T Brewer,

INTRODUCTION:The pace and scale of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with ongoing efforts by health agencies to communicate harms, have created a pressing need for data to inform messaging about smoking, vaping, and COVID-19. We examined reactions to COVID-19 and traditional health harms messages discouraging smoking and vaping. METHODS:Participants were a ... Read more >>

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Carpe covid: using COVID-19 to communicate about harms of tobacco products.

Lucy Popova,

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Menthol cigarette use in substance use disorder treatment before and after implementation of a county-wide flavoured tobacco ban.

Joseph R Guydish, Elana R Straus, Thao Le, Noah Gubner, Kevin L Delucchi,

INTRODUCTION:This study examined the impact of a San Francisco City and County ban on all flavoured tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, among clients in residential substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. METHODS:We conducted cross-sectional surveys of clients at two residential SUD programmes before the County began enforcing the ban (n=160) and ... Read more >>

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Exploring the Twitter activity around the eighth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.

Lindsay Robertson, Ayush Joshi, Tess Legg, Georgina Wellock, Katerina Ray, Karen Evans-Reeves,

BACKGROUND:Tobacco companies' intentions to influence the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) via the Conference of Parties (COP; the official biannual meeting where Parties review the Convention) are well documented. We aimed to analyse Twitter data to gain insights into tobacco industry tactics, arguments and allies. METHODS:We retrieved 9089 ... Read more >>

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Cross-validation of four different survey methods used to estimate illicit cigarette consumption in Brazil.

André Salem Szklo, Roberto Magno Iglesias, Michal Stoklosa, Valeska Carvalho Figueiredo, Kevin Welding, Paulo Roberto Borges de Souza Junior, Alessandra Trindade Machado, Luis Felipe Leite Martins, Hannah Nascimento, Jeffrey Drope,

OBJECTIVE:To cross-validate estimates of the size of the illicit cigarette trade based on the results of four different survey methods. METHODS:In 2018/2019, four non-industry-funded, large-scale studies were conducted in selected Brazilian cities: packs discarded in household garbage/PDG (1 city), packs littered in the streets/PLS (5 cities), a phone survey of ... Read more >>

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Macroeconomic impacts of cigarette consumption in Pakistan.

Wasim Saleem, Mohammad Asif Iqbal,

BACKGROUND:Pakistan has a large population of tobacco users, with about 24 million adults consuming tobacco products in one form or another. There is a dearth of research on the impact of a reduction in tobacco use on Pakistan's economy which can inform policy-makers on the extent that tobacco control measures ... Read more >>

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Switching stories: user testimonials on juul.com continue to contradict JUUL's switch ≠ cessation narrative.

Joanne G Patterson, Devin T LaPolt, Alexis R Miranda, Patricia J Zettler, Micah Berman, Megan E Roberts, Brittney Keller-Hamilton, Amy K Ferketich,

BACKGROUND:In January 2019, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) market leader Juul Labs (JUUL) launched an advertising campaign encouraging adult smokers to 'make the switch' from combustible cigarettes to JUUL. Our primary aim was to describe consumer perceptions of JUUL as communicated by members of JUUL's online social community via testimonials ... Read more >>

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Potential impact of eliminating illicit trade in cigarettes: a demand-side perspective.

Mark Goodchild, Jeremias Paul, Roberto Iglesias, Annerie Bouw, Anne-Marie Perucic,

BACKGROUND:The Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products (the Protocol) entered into force in September 2018, and commits Parties to implement a package of measures to combat this global problem. The aim of this study is to assess the potential impact of eliminating illicit cigarettes on consumption, use and ... Read more >>

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Simulating the density reduction and equity impact of potential tobacco retail control policies.

Fiona M Caryl, Jamie Pearce, Garth Reid, Richard Mitchell, Niamh K Shortt,

BACKGROUND:Reducing the provision of tobacco is important for decreasing inequalities in smoking and smoking-related harm. Various policies have been proposed to achieve this, but their impacts-particularly on equity-are often unknown. Here, using national-level data, we simulate the impacts of potential policies designed to reduce tobacco outlet density (TOD). METHODS:Tobacco retailer ... Read more >>

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Think tank capacity building on tobacco economics: experiences and lessons learnt.

Erika Siu, Frank J Chaloupka, Evan Blecher,

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Changes in responses to nicotine vaping product warnings and leaflets in England compared with Canada, the US and Australia: findings from the 2016-2018 ITC Four Country Smoking and Vaping Surveys.

Eve Violet Taylor, Katherine A East, Ann McNeill, Michael Cummings, James Thrasher, Geoffrey T Fong, Anne C K Quah, Máirtín McDermot, Grace Li, Ron Borland, David Hammond, Sarah Aleyan, Sara C Hitchman,

BACKGROUND AND AIMS:In May 2017, black-and-white text nicotine addiction warning labels ('warnings') and health and safety leaflets ('leaflets') became mandatory for nicotine vaping products (NVPs) in England, in accordance with the European Union's Tobacco Products Directive. We compared changes over time in noticing warnings and leaflets, recall of warnings about ... Read more >>

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Australian smokers' experiences and perceptions of recessed and firm filter cigarettes.

Melanie A Wakefield, Kimberley Dunstone, Emily Brennan, Amanda Vittiglia, Michelle Scollo, Sarah J Durkin, Janet Hoek, James Thrasher, Dorothy Hatsukami, Neal Benowitz, Jonathan M Samet,

BACKGROUND:While cigarette filter modifications have long been used to increase product appeal and assuage health concerns, tighter marketing restrictions, including plain packaging, have further spurred the growth of filter variants. We explored and assessed experiences and perceptions of smokers who had tried and/or currently use recessed filter cigarettes (RFCs) and ... Read more >>

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Socioeconomic inequalities in secondhand smoke exposure before, during and after implementation of Quebec's 2015 'An Act to Bolster Tobacco Control'.

Thierry Gagné, Josée Lapalme, Adrian E Ghenadenik, Jennifer L OLoughlin, Katherine Frohlich,

BACKGROUND:To better understand whether tobacco control policies are associated with changes in secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure across socioeconomic groups, we monitored differences in socioeconomic inequalities in SHS exposure in households and private vehicles among youth and adults before, during and after adoption of Quebec's 2015 An Act to Bolster Tobacco ... Read more >>

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Quantile regression of tobacco tax pass-through in the UK 2013-2019. How have manufacturers passed through tax changes for different tobacco products?

Luke Brian Wilson, Robert Pryce, Rosemary Hiscock, Colin Angus, Alan Brennan, Duncan Gillespie,

BACKGROUND:The effectiveness of tax increases relies heavily on the tobacco industry passing on such increases to smokers (also referred to as 'pass-through'). Previous research has found heterogeneous levels of tax pass-through across the market segments of tobacco products available to smokers. This study uses retail sales data to assess the ... Read more >>

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Cigarettes smoked among daily and non-daily smokers following CVS Health's tobacco-free pharmacy policy.

Aryn Z Phillips, Jennifer A Ahern, William C Kerr, Hector P Rodriguez,

INTRODUCTION:In September 2014, CVS Health ceased tobacco sales in all of its 7700 pharmacies nationwide. We investigate the impact of the CVS policy on the number of cigarettes smoked per day among metropolitan daily and non-daily smokers, who may respond to the availability of smoking cues in different manners. METHODS:Data ... Read more >>

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Identifying best practices in adoption, implementation and enforcement of flavoured tobacco product restrictions and bans: lessons from experts.

Katherine Peck, Rebekah Rodericks, Lola Irvin, Lila Johnson, Jill Tamashiro, Lance Ching, Tetine Sentell, Catherine Pirkle,

OBJECTIVE:To identify recommended components for adopting, implementing and enforcing bans or restrictions targeting flavoured tobacco products. METHODS:Between April and June 2019, semistructured interviews were conducted with 17 high-level experts across the USA and Canada with expertise in flavoured tobacco product policies. Participants included health department staff, researchers, legal professionals and ... Read more >>

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Ad Watch: 'Unstoppable' VUSE Alto TV Spot Closely Mirrors 'Nicotine Addiction Checks' on TikTok.

Kristy L Marynak, Meghan Moran,

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Tobacco industry targeting of health-conscious youth with 'lighter' cigarettes: the case of Singapore.

Yvette van der Eijk, Grace Ping Ping Tan,

BACKGROUND:Despite Singapore's strict tobacco control policies, smoking rates have not decreased since 2004. We examined the primary targets, motivations and strategies behind targeted marketing activities in Singapore from the tobacco industry's perspective to understand how tobacco companies continue to target people in their marketing. METHODS:Snowball search in the Truth Tobacco ... Read more >>

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Vape shop and consumer activity during COVID-19 non-essential business closures in the USA.

Carla J Berg, Rachel Callanan, Trent O Johnson, Nina C Schliecher, Steve Sussman, Theodore L Wagener, Mark Meaney, Lisa Henriksen,

INTRODUCTION:Vaping and vape shops pose risk for COVID-19 and its transmission. OBJECTIVES:We examined vape shop non-compliance with state-ordered business closures during COVID-19, changes in their marketing and experiences among consumers. METHODS:As part of a longitudinal study of vape retail in six metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs; Atlanta, Boston, Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, ... Read more >>

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