Individual risk and population harm associated with smoking cigarettes may potentially be reduced by offering reduced-risk alternative products to smokers who would otherwise continue smoking cigarettes.
INTERVALS was designed to allow all relevant stakeholders to share and explore toxicity assessment data produced in relation to alternative products to cigarettes.

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It is time for the community to come together and to build the science around tobacco harm reduction, including the development of testing methods that may be used in the wider context of inhalation toxicology.

If you have relevant results, data, or protocols to share, please register and upload them to the platform and you will be able to get the community's feedback as well as contribute to this crucial undertaking.

The platform is under continuous development. Don't hesitate to share your feedback with us!

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