Freddie Dawson || 18th May 2015 || News analysis || Health and science | Geographies: North America Oregon United States
The academics behind a controversial study of formaldehyde levels in e-cigarettes have said that they are not opposed to the products, but are still prepared to defend their work despite criticism that it created unrealistic fears over e-cig safety.
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