The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, commonly referred to as the Tobacco Control Act, gives FDA authority to regulate the manufacture, distribution, and marketing of tobacco products to protect public health. Learn more about the Center for Tobacco Products.
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Part of FDA Regulates Tobacco Products?
The Center for Tobacco Products was officially established to implement the tobacco control act. More…
Overview of Tobacco Law
What part of FDA regulates tobacco products? What are the priorities of the Center for Tobacco Products? What is the main goal in regulating tobacco products? How does the regulation of tobacco products differ from FDA’s regulation of drugs or medical devices? What will FDA do to curb tobacco use among children and adolescents? How does FDA plan to enforce the restrictions on promotion and advertising established by the Tobacco Control Act?