Is long-term inhalation of nicotine safe?
You state there is reduced exposure of HPHCs and less HPHC inhalation, what does this mean for my health?
It seems RRPs contain relatively high levels of nicotine. Are there plans to reduce the amount of nicotine in RRPs?
Do you agree that RRPs should carry health warnings?
Do you think the fact that your RRPs still contain nicotine will be seen negatively?
Given the history of your industry, do you think people will trust the data you are generating?
Do you expect RRPs to be used and sold indoors in territories where indoor smoking is banned?
Can you explain the health risk of 'heat-not-burn' products compared to that of e-cigarettes?
The data on nicotine (PK study) presented by PMI seem encouraging. Do you think this will be seen as negative to regulators?
What is the purpose of the clinical studies you are running?
What is your position on the inclusion of nictoine in your RRPs? Would you expect regulators to look negatively upon this?
What type of research are you conducting to substantiate the risk profile of your new products?
Can you give us concrete examples of what claims you would make and how you would communicate them?
You categorize e-cigarettes as Reduced Risk products - do you believe they reduce the risk of disease?
Given PMI's previous focus was on 'heat-not-burn' why are they now entering the e-cigarette category?
What is different about RRPs; why does PMI believe they will reduce the risks associated with smoking?