The World Health Organization continues to discuss their anti-tobacco and anti-e cigarette agenda in Delhi.
Today, they specifically discussed "gender and tobacco," something that is apparently relevant to the debate of taxation and regulation.
Whether they are focusing more on one gender or the next, I ultimately believe in saving lives. Which is why I find it confusing that the WHO organization touts their dedication to helping women quit cigarettes while simultaneously proposing bans on quitting mechanisms such as e-cigarettes, and the flavors that make them appealing to females.
I figured I would ask them this question about their suggested bans.
Their answer? Watch to find out!
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