New Data Indicating That Smokers Switching To E-cigs Are More Likely To Quit

Quit smoking, e-cig users are more likely to quitA study funded by the National Institutes of Health indicated that smokers who use e-cigarettes then to smoke less, and are more likely to quit.

Matthew Carpenter, Ph.D, a tobacco control and addiction expert at the cancer center at the Medical University of Couth Carolina (MUSC) said, “Combustible cigarettes are the most harmful form of nicotine delivery. Alternative delivery of nicotine, through e-cigarettes, could significantly reduce harm and the risks of cancer and other diseases to smokers.”