"Tobacco Harm Reduction - the next decade"
The 10th edition of the Global Forum on Nicotine will take place June 21 to 24, at the Warsaw Marriott Hotel, Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79, Warsaw 00-697 Poland.
The conference will both reflect on the challenges and successes of THR over the past decade, as well as seek to identify the priorities for advocates, academics, scientists, policymakers, manufacturers and distributors in the future as well as to facilitate discussion and debate informed by contributions from all potential stakeholders in THR.
#GFN23 will seek to identify shared goals for the future, which can then be turned into actions and achievements.
The conference programme is driven by and reflects science and evidence. GFN tackles controversial subjects head on, in respectful debate involving all stakeholders.
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