Controversial United Nations Cancer Report Selectively Edited to Promote Weed-Killer Scare

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Anti-GMO Activist May Have Run Amok in World Health Organization Cancer Agency Agency Rebuffs Congressional Investigation, Leading to Increased Calls to Cut U.S. Funding of Scandal-Ridden WHO Global Public Health Too Important to Cede to Political Activists 
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STRONGER Protections May Be Answer to Drug Patent Trolls

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When Congress addressed patent reform earlier this decade, their attempt to stop “patent trolls” culminated in a law that the National Center’s Jeff Stier says ended up being “a solution in search of a problem.”  As a result, there are ...
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NYC Moves to Snuff Out E-Cigs: “What Are They Smoking?”

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The U.S. and U.K. governments see lower-risk nicotine products as a tool to bring smoking-related diseases down to levels not seen in generations.  But in New York City, legislators want to recklessly regulate responsible vape retailers out of existence.  What ...
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Does the Government Think You Can Handle the Truth?

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Can you trust the government to tell you the truth about smoking?  Jeff Stier, the Director of the Risk Analysis Division at the National Center for Public Policy Research, says a new Department of Defense anti-smoking program - UCanQuit2.org - ...
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Why Would Taiwan Ban E-Cigarettes?

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The body of scientific evidence keeps getting more robust. E-cigarettes are dramatically less harmful than cigarettes, they are helping smokers quit, and are not a gateway to smoking. Yet ideological opposition persists, and is influencing governments around the world. Last ...
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Shining a Light on Midnight Regulations

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Much has been made about the unprecedented number of Obama Administration “midnight regulations,” those rules issued between Election Day and the Trump inauguration. The Obama administration issued an estimated $157 billion worth of midnight regulations, according to the American Action ...
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Impending Announcement by U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy on E-Cigarettes Draws Statement by Jeff Stier of the National Center for Public Policy Research

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Washington, D.C. / New York, NY - United States Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy is expected to make an announcement this morning regarding e-cigarettes. Jeff Stier, director of the Risk Analysis Division at the National Center for Public Policy Research, ...
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Time to Lower the Cost of Back-to-School Dental Checkups

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Innovation in Dental Practice Management Saves Money on Management Costs Such as Billing and Ordering Supplies Lower Costs are Passed Along to Patients But Old-Guard Dental Practices Are Lobbying Legislatures to Ban this Innovation They Want to Keep Prices, and ...
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Regulating Pleasure: National Center for Public Policy Research Sponsors a Debate with Consumers, Public Health and Policy Experts at London’s Royal Society of Medicine

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When Setting Regulatory Policy, How Do We Protect Health and Consumer Freedom to Pursue Pleasure? London, England - In a world first, a broad range of experts will meet in London July 13 at the Royal Society of Medicine to ...
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