The American Atomization Technology Association has condemned the FDA for issuing multiple vape bans

Tony Abboud, executive director of the American Atomization Technology Association (VTA), said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision to refuse to issue an e-cigarette Marketing Order (MDO) for Suorin and blu PLUS, is just an effort by the FDA and CTP to implement an actual ban on vapes in the United States.

 

On January 19, Tony Abboud, executive director of the American Atomization Technology Association (VTA), said that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided to refuse to issue an vape Marketing Order (MDO) for Suorin and blu PLUS. This is just an effort by the FDA and CTP to implement an actual ban on vapes in the United States.

 

Abood said that the CTP’s constant emphasis on the absence of vaping manufacturers from the PMTA, while the CTP has provided “ample scientific evidence,” refuses to answer the Reagan-Udall Foundation’s most fundamental accusation of the CTP’s overall control process: The CTP does not clearly state what needs to be proven to be appropriate to protect public health. (APPH) or how does it explain what’s called what? APPH.

 

Abboud believes that this standard is not objectively defined for any government agency that follows the scientific mission, while also using it to deny critical smoking cessation in order to reduce marketing authorization for goods is a serious overreach.

 

The tribunal found that the process had become “haphazard and capricious” in practice, with CTP leaders choosing how to define the criteria based on actual circumstances. Meanwhile, businesses are just trying to follow. The FDA’s PMTA process is about doing the right thing.”

 

Most strikingly, he continued, the CTP claimed that it repudiated Suorin’s PMTA because its products promote the “sustainable use and development” of dependency. If this were the standard, every smoke tar product would not meet the strange standard of CTP. Since smoke tar is dependent on laziness, this will further promote the CTP to implement a ban on harmful smoke tar.”

 

“Today’s action by the FDA and CTP does not help Americans protect public health or help smoking.” The VTA once again calls on the CTP to reverse its malign actions and restore the scientific integrity of its oversight and decision-making processes. Get a sense of proportion.” “Abboud said.