Health officials say vitamin E acetate in vapes is a “potential toxin of concern.” The additive was found in all 29 lung samples taken from patients sickened with the vaping-related lung illness. (CNBC)

President Donald Trump proposed raising the age to buy e-cigarettes to 21. Trump said the White House will release its final plans for restricting e-cigarettes next week. More than a third of states have already raised the age for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21. (Associated Press)

Celgene’s rare disease drug wins Food and Drug Administration approval. The drug, called Reblozyl, treats anemia in patients with beta thalassemia, a rare blood disorder. It was co-developed by Celgene and Acceleron. (MarketWatch)

A Trump administration official suggested that tobacco regulations are distracting the FDA. Joe Grogan, director of the Domestic Policy Council, said tobacco and vaping regulation should be handled by another agency. Former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said tobacco regulations were “one of the most productive uses of [his] time” in the post. (STAT

Drugmakers are working to break into China’s massive market at its annual International Import Expo. Some companies, like Thermo Fisher, unveiled new products while others, like AstraZeneca, announced plans for new regional headquarters in China. (CNBC)