Fierce ongoing debate between sceptics and enthusiasts on the benefits and ills of e-cigarettes demonstrates how contentious the topic of e-cigarettes can be.
Professor Tikki Pang and Ms Gayle Amul recently weighed in on the range of policy responses to e-cigarettes globally, and concluded that Singapore ought to keep an open mind on e-cigarettes and shape policies only on the back of evidence and evaluations about costs and benefits (Why a ban on e-cigarettes may not be the best policy; June 9).
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