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Public health education learn about the fdas public campaigns to educate about the dangers of tobacco products and find quit smoking resources. Federal regulation of tobacco the fda has established the center for tobacco products and has begun the work of regulating tobacco products and . Restricting youth access to tobacco products protecting people from inducements to use tobacco products enhancing public awareness of the health hazards of using tobacco products the act provides the authority for health canada to regulate the manufacture sale labelling and promotion of tobacco products. Regulation of tobacco by the us food and drug administration began in 2009 with the passage of the family smoking prevention and tobacco control act by the united states congress with this statute the food and drug administration fda was given the ability to regulate tobacco products. The tobacco control act pub l 111 31 was enacted on june 22 2009 amending the fdc act and providing fda with the authority to regulate tobacco products specifically the tobacco control act amends the fdc act by adding a new chapter that provides fda with authority over tobacco products
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