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Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes)

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Only e cigarettes that are marketed for therapeutic purposes are currently regulated by the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER). The FDA Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) currently regulates

  • cigarettes,
  • cigarette tobacco,
  • roll your own tobacco, and
  • smokeless tobacco.

FDA intends to issue a proposed rule extending FDA s tobacco product authorities beyond the above products to include other products like e cigarettes. For further details, please see the Unified Agenda entry describing this rulemaking.

eCigarettes and Adverse Events

What is an Adverse Event?
An adverse event is an undesirable side effect or unexpected health or product quality problem that an individual believes was caused by the use of a tobacco product.

Reporting an Adverse Event
Anyone can report an adverse event to the FDA. In fact, these reports help us identify safety concerns with tobacco products that could cause health or safety problems beyond those normally associated with tobacco product use.