At the Delhi "nanny state" convention on tobacco regulations, the World Health Organization has exiled the experts on e-cigarettes, leaving them to protest outside the gates.
The goal of these exiled e-cig dissidents?
To save lives.
Throughout their studies and research these experts have found that e-cigarettes could save up to a billion lives if they replace smoking.
Yet the World Health Organization isn't interested in hearing their opinion.
These bureaucrats would rather do it on their own without the advice.
Or rather, they don't want the advice because of their political agendas:
Funding from Big Pharma, state owned cigarette companies and cigarette taxation all play a role in their legislation and state positions.
Of course they want you to think E-cigs are bad, but what do the experts think?
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