The Surgeon General released his first report on vaping yesterday, and it shouldn't come as a surprise that it's bad news for vaping. Where the public health establishment in the UK takes an objective look at the evidence and lets the facts guide policy, in the US, the intended conclusion comes first and the facts are specifically chosen or grossly distorted in order to fit with it.

American smokers deserved a strong, evidence-based statement like those issued by the Royal College of Physicians and Public Health England in the UK, but what they got was 250 pages of propaganda.

Here are 9 ways the Surgeon General puts the anti-vaping narrative before the facts.
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