FDA Reverses Ban on Juul E-Cigarettes

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FDA Reverses Ban , on Juul E-Cigarettes.
On June 6, the Food and Drug Administration
announced that it has reversed its ban on Juul
e-cigarettes while the agency reviews new information.
On June 6, the Food and Drug Administration
announced that it has reversed its ban on Juul
e-cigarettes while the agency reviews new information.
NBC reports that the FDA first ordered Juul to take its
product off the market in 2022, however the e-cigarettes
have remained on shelves pending the company's appeal.
NBC reports that the FDA first ordered Juul to take its
product off the market in 2022, however the e-cigarettes
have remained on shelves pending the company's appeal.
In that time, Juul has maintained
its position as the second-most
popular e-cigarette in the U.S.
The FDA noted that reversing the ban
temporarily was not an indication that the
company's product would be ultimately cleared. .
The FDA noted that reversing the ban
temporarily was not an indication that the
company's product would be ultimately cleared. .
Sales of alternative nicotine
products, like e-cigarettes, have
continued to grow in the past decade. .
In 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention reported that e-cigarette use had
grown by almost 50% between 2020 and 2022. .
In 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention reported that e-cigarette use had
grown by almost 50% between 2020 and 2022. .
Juul released a statement
following the FDA reversal, .
... saying the company looks forward to "re-engaging
with the agency on a science- and evidence-based
process to pursue a marketing authorization.".
We remain confident in the quality
and substance of our applications
and believe that a full review of
the science and evidence will
demonstrate that our products
meet the statutory standard
of being appropriate for
the protection of public health, Juul statement, via NBC.
We remain confident in the quality
and substance of our applications
and believe that a full review of
the science and evidence will
demonstrate that our products
meet the statutory standard
of being appropriate for
the protection of public health, Juul statement, via NBC.
'The Wall Street Journal' reports that Juul has argued
that the 2022 ban significantly disrupted the company's
finances, resulting in an investor bailout.
Currently, the FDA has only granted approval for 23
e-cigarette products, manufactured by only three
companies, to be marketed and sold to consumers

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