by Carl V Phillips
Every couple of years I write a short overview of tobacco harm reduction. The latest (shorter than most — some would call that a good thing, but not me), by Phillips and Rodu, Tobacco harm reduction: opportunity and opposition, has just been published in a special issue of Drugs and Alcohol Today in a special issue on THR.
I have been told that the issue is supposed to be open access, but it is not yet anyway. So you can read my final version of the paper (same text as far as I know) here.
Also in that issue is an interesting study by researchers at British American Tobacco about how general practitioner medics have little idea that THR is even possible, as well as a lot of other interesting stuff I have not been able to read yet (I will comment on the others if I get a chance).