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E-cigarettes winning over hundreds of thousands of smokers, and with good reason

It seems that the anti-e-cigarette campaign has resulted in mixed feelings from the public at large, for while a greater number of people now believe that e-cigarettes are more harmful than smoking – 22%, up from last year’s result of 15% – according to Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), up to half a million new vapers have joined the community, bringing it up to a whopping 2.6 million strong in the UK alone. So, as the nation becomes ever more polarised on the subject, what has driven these numbers and who should be believed?

E-cigarettes winning over hundreds of thousands of smokers, and with good reason

 

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Cancer Research UK blog reports on how E-cigarettes can ‘help smokers cut down and quit’

It seems like it’s every other day that new evidence arrives of vaping’s ability to help smokers kick their habit. Just last month, a Belgian study saw people reduce the number of cigarettes they smoke by an astounding 60%. Now, Cancer Research UK reports of a comprehensive study by The Cochrane Collaboration, a not-for-profit organisation focusing on medical research, which found that e-cigarettes helped smokers quit or cut down on smoking.

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