Pierre Bartsch: Belgium was in a tricky situation because nicotine has been forbidden in e-cigarettes until January 2016. Our Minister of Health followed the recommendations of the Belgian Superior Health Council (SHC) that declared the e-cigarette was not a threat for public health, rather a source of hope.
Pierre Bartsch: I have the feeling that e-cigarette is going to progress. I believe that vapers are now so convinced that e-cigarettes are less harmful than combusted tobacco, baptised “the killer”, that they fear to return to smoking. It’s a good prevention line. I dread the competition that will take place with the forthcoming marketing of heated tobacco products.
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