Does the gateway theory justify a ban on nicotine vaping in Australia (full article)?

Australia bans the sale, possession and use of liquid nicotine for vaping. One of the major arguments used tojustify Australia's policy is that the availability of nicotine vaping products will lead a substantial number ofyoung people who would otherwise not have smoked cigarettes to take up regular smoking.

The authors provide a critical analysis of the use of the gateway theory to justify Australian policy.  

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Published: 2020 By: Colin Mendelsohn (Australia) , School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales, Sydney By: Wayne Hall (Australia) , School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales, Sydney
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