The $3 billion electronic cigarette industry is morphing so quickly it is difficult for scientists and regulators to keep up, according to tobacco expert Myra Wisotzky.
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Autism and the autism spectrum have become the subject of great discussion and perhaps misunderstanding in the popular press recently. This program educated journalists on the complexities of what is known, and what is not known. The program was underwritten by the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation. As with all National Press Foundation programs, this one was on-the-record, with plenty of time for Q & A.