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Center for Rapid Surveillance of Tobacco (CRST) aims to perform rapid surveillance of tobacco product marketing, the tobacco product marketplace, and changes in tobacco product use.

This study seeks to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of multi-level, anti-disinformation messages to disrupt the spread and mitigate the detrimental effects of disinformation about the FDA’s proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.

This study will provide the FDA with evidence of the impact of the ban on the intended (i.e., smoking reduction and increased cessation) and unintended (e.g., increased smoking rates) behavioral consequences on African-American/Black and Hispanic/Latino young adults.

This study examines the influence of four e-cigarette advertisement features (flavors, models, marketing claims, and price promotions) among young adult nontobacco users who are susceptible to e-cigarette use.