A new US study, from Samir Soneji of Dartmouth College’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center and colleagues, has gained widespread media coverage for its suggestion that e-cigarettes will create more new smokers.
The paper argues that only 2070 adults who used e-cigarettes in 2014 would give up smoking long-term who would not otherwise have done so
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