MDSpiro  |  March 24, 2015

The “roadmap” to effective regulation hinges on implementation of the pending FDA deeming rule, which is expected to go into effect later this year. Regulation could begin almost immediately without the need for additional research, Eric Lindblom, JD, of Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, argues in the March issue of Food and Drug Law Journal.

“The minute [the deeming rule] comes out, the FDA has a terrific opportunity to immediately start regulating e-cigarettes,” Lindblom, former director of the policy office at the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Control, told MedPage Today.

Read the article here.