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The FDA has opened a criminal investigation into vaping

engadget Thursday, 19 September 2019 ()
The Food and Drug Administration opened a criminal investigation into the vaping supply chain earlier this summer, it has emerged. The Office of Criminal Investigations started the probe following reports of a vaping-related lung illness. The agency...
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