Study: e-cigs may not encourage quitting, but do help those who try

A new study published in The BMJ by researchers at University College London tests the contentious view that e-cigs, far from aiding in smoking cessation, can in fact undermine motivation to quit. ...

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      A new study published in The BMJ by researchers at University College London tests the contentious view that e-cigs, far from aiding in smoking cessation, can in fact undermine motivation to quit. ...

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