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Monitoring the future is an ongoing study of the behaviors, attitudes and values of 8th, 10th and 12th grade students. The 2011 results show decreases in teen smoking in all three grades. Principal Investigator Lloyd Johnston notes in the press release, “Future progress in lowering teen smoking rates is likely to depend on there being further changes in the external environment.”
The FDA Center for Tobacco Products will take these IOM recommendations into consideration in developing its guidance and/or regulation on the scientific evidence required for the assessment and ongoing review of modified risk tobacco products.
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