safe cigarette

A cigarette substitute that is fire safe, low-tar and smokeless, which is said to reduce the risks—cancer, emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, etc.—associated with cigarette use

safe cigarette

Tobacco control An oxymoron for a cigarette–firesafe, low-tar, smokeless, said to ↓ risks–CA, emphysema, COPD, etc, associated with tobacco use. See Eclipse, Premier.
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Today's report makes it clear, once again, that there is no such thing as a safe cigarette and no such thing as a safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke for nonsmokers," said John R.
There's no such thing as a safe cigarette," Watson cautioned.
In fact, there's no such thing as a safe cigarette.
Although there is no such thing as a safe cigarette, by regulating chemicals, we hope to reduce harm to consumers," said Zaatari.
Tobacco companies have stated clearly over the years that there is no such thing as a safe cigarette.
The wide-ranging controversies surrounding tobacco are captured in the cartoons, from the misguided quest for a safe cigarette to the targeting of tobacco advertising to women and minority groups," Blum notes.
B]oth Philip Morris and the plaintiff agree that cigarette smoking is inherently dangerous and that there is no such thing as a safe cigarette," wrote Chief Justice Margaret Marshall in the opinion.
A spokeswoman confirmed it was developing new brands which could take advantage of new filtering processes, but admitted the science around harm-reduction was inconclusive, She said: "There is no such thing as a safe cigarette.
She said, 'There is no such thing as a safe cigarette.
Chris Ogden, of the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association said: "There's no such thing as a safe cigarette, but UK smokers should buy legitimate brands made in clean factories.
NIST staff purchased conventional and modified cigarettes from the market and measured the relative ignition propensities of the two cigarette types using laboratory procedures developed by NIST under the Fire Safe Cigarette Act of 1990 and now being considered as an industry standard by the American Society of Testing and Materials.
For these reasons, the surgeon general declares: "There is no safe cigarette and no safe level of consumption; the single most effective way to reduce hazards of smoking continues to be that of quitting entirely.