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Australian government could prevent up to 104,200 deaths by 2080 by relaxing restrictions on vaping products, says Georgetown University (USA) study.

A study carried out by a leading institution investigates the potential impact of reducing the restrictions on vaping products on public health in Australia. The accepted manuscript, which is published in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research, was authored by leading researchers Professors David Levy, Coral Gartner, Ron Borland and Michael Cummings.

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