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The great vape debate: are e-cigarettes saving smokers or creating new addicts?

27 mins | Mar 6, 2020
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The US is cracking down, but the UK promotes them - who's right? "A transatlantic schism has opened up over vaping and health. In the US, the war on vaping is being pursued by activists, politicians and scientists who believe that tobacco companies are cynically promoting e-cigarettes as a means to get people addicted to nicotine, which will – sooner or later – lead them to cigarettes. In the UK, anti-smoking campaigners and health experts counter that for many adult smokers, vaping offers the best hope of avoiding a premature death." Writing in the Guardian, Sarah Boseley, investigates.
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