FDA to Cut Nicotine In Cigarettes to 'Non-Addictive' Levels

17:47 EDT 28 Jul 2017 | Discover Magazine

The FDA today announced plans to reduce levels of nicotine in cigarettes, a move that is aimed at lowering smoking rates in the U.S. In a press release, FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the move will cut the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to "non-addictive" levels, although he did not specify what that meant. The agency plans to issue an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) and establish a period for public and commercial input. "The overwhelming amount of death and dis

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