UCSF Publishes Peer-Review of E-Cigarette Studies

University of California San Francisco published the largest peer-review of e-cigarette studies in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation on Monday. Some of the most notable conclusions include:
– Some youth have their first taste of nicotine via e-cigarettes.
– Nicotine absorption varies too much between brands.
– So far, e-cigarette use is not associated with the successful quitting of conventional cigarettes.
– Major tobacco companies have acquired or produced their own e-cigarette products.

To read the full report, see Circulation here.

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