In a petition to the Food and Drug Administration by the American Association of Public Health Physicians (AAPHP), has submitted the most comprehensive findings and recommendations regarding the reclassification of e cigarettes as an alternative to conventional tobacco cigarettes.
What does AAPHP stand for?
AAPHP stands for American Association of Public Health Physicians
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Arvind Goyal, MD, MPH, is president of the American Association of Public Health Physicians based in Chicago.
Joel Niztkin, Chair of the Tobacco Control Task Force for the American Association of Public Health Physicians, went as far as to say this: "We have every reason to believe the hazard posed by electronic cigarettes would be much lower than 1% than that posed by tobacco cigarettes.