624-15SS Identifying Addictive and Toxic Substances in Tobacco Products
March 5, 2015 June 1, 2016
Available March 5, 2015 - June 1, 2016
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CDC’s Tobacco Laboratory provides laboratory science that helps reduce
individual and population exposure to addictive and toxic substances from
tobacco products. The Tobacco Laboratory measures addictive and toxic
substances in tobacco products and smoke, as well as in the urine and
blood of people who use tobacco or are exposed to secondhand smoke.
This webinar will describe how the Tobacco Laboratory identifies and tracks
trends in tobacco usage and secondhand smoke exposure. In addition, the
webinar will describe how the Tobacco Laboratory is working to address
public health concerns about the harmful constituents in e-juice and
At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:
Define the role of CDC’s Tobacco Laboratory in evaluating the public
health impact of tobacco use.
Identify biomarker patterns for tobacco product users and non-users.
Describe how CDC’s Tobacco Laboratory is evaluating e-cigarette
James L. Pirkle, MD, PhD,
Director, Division of Laboratory Sciences, National
Center for Environmental Health, CDC,
Registration deadline: February 19, 2016
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