Freddie Dawson || 26th May 2016 || Marketing & retailing , News analysis || Health and science | Marketing and Retailing | Policy and Politics | Geographies: North America United States
Two new studies on the correlation between youth vaping and e-cigarette advertising are likely to be used to support calls for regulation of marketing – but they may add less to the debate than they seem, being based on the same previously-published numbers.
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