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Philip Morris claims cigarette contains 90% less toxins but delivers same nicotine hit

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Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()

Philip Morris claims cigarette contains 90% less toxins but delivers same nicotine hitPhilip Morris International say the device, called IQOS, could allow for traditional cigarettes to be phased out. It is already on sale in over a dozen markets, including Japan, Switzerland and Italy.
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