E-Cigarettes More Effective Than Counseling

At 12 weeks, 21.9% of participants given nicotine-containing e-cigarettes had quit smoking, 17.3% of participants given non-nicotine e-cigarettes had quit and 9.1% of participants given only counseling had quit. Overall, those using nicotine-containing e-cigarettes were 2.4 times more likely to quit than those who did not vape at all.

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Behind all the Vape Hate

It is disingenuous for the tobacco control, both locally and globally, to harp on about “industry interference” when they themselves are unduly influenced by industry themselves, to the detriment of the public whose health they are mandated to protect.