David Palacios Rubio || 2nd November 2021 || News analysis || Health and science | Policy and Politics | Geographies: Europe United Kingdom
The UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is backing the idea of e-cigarettes as a licensed therapy, available on prescription from the National Health Service (NHS), for smokers who want to quit.
The MHRA’s updated
suggests e-cigarettes may be made available for medicinal purposes in strengths and volumes greater than those currently permitted. “Guidance for licensing electronic cigarettes and other inhaled nicotine-containing products as medicines” ...
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