Nicotine is a central component of FDA’s Comprehensive Plan for Tobacco and Nicotine Product Regulation; however, nicotine misperceptions remain prevalent in both the medical community and general public. This webinar will feature a scientific exploration of nicotine and addiction, as well as recent research on nicotine understanding. This will be followed by perspectives on education strategies to improve nicotine perceptions and discussion on what stakeholder or stakeholders are best positioned to implement these strategies.

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Neal L. Benowitz, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of California San Francisco
Clifford E. Douglas, Director, Tobacco Research Network, and Adjunct Professor, University of Michigan
Nancy A. Rigotti, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director, Tobacco Research & Treatment Center, Mass General Hospital
Michael Steinberg, Professor and Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine, Rutgers University
Moderated by Thomas J. Glynn, Adjunct Lecturer, Stanford University School of Medicine

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