What is bad nicotine science, and why is there so much of it?

January 2023: Global
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Tobacco Reporter: Bad Science

There are distinct patterns repeated in the literature, including poor methodology, poor interpretation of results and, almost always, poor extrapolation from findings to policy. There are obvious biases and sometimes near-comical desperation to find fault in reduced-risk products. I provide a list of some of the most common flaws.

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