Among the excerpts is one taken from the American Association of Public Health Physicians (AAPHP) which says that electric cigarette smokers could reduce their risk of future tobacco-related death by 98% or higher by switching to low risk smokeless tobacco products such as e-cigars. Another except from the abstract of a scientific journal says that e-cigarettes have been successful in helping people to quit smoking even in instances where the individuals tried in the past through other methods and failed, while an excerpt from a Lung Health study points to the fact that purified nicotine as found in electronic cigarettes and NRTs cannot cause cancer.
On the negatives, the publication has detailed the content and reactions to a press release published by the FDA in July 2009. In the press release, the FDA said that laboratory analysis showed that electronic cigarettes contain carcinogens and certain toxic chemicals including diethylene glycol, which is an ingredient used in antifreeze. Accompanying the FDA press release excerpt are 29 responses most of which argue that the carcinogens reported by the FDA are apparently present in larger amounts in some products which the FDA has already approved.
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