Reuters reports E-cigarettes could save up to 6.6 million American smokers

Reuters reports E-cigarettes could save up to 6.6 million Americans

“This is a transformative moment in the debate over vaping in America. — American Vaping Association

Reuters recently reported the results of a multi-university research study concluding that switching from cigarettes to e-cigarettescould save up to 6.6 American lives. Cigarette smokers who switch to e-cigarettes and use nicotine delivery devices like: Vape Mods or Vape Pens as part of a cigarette smoking cessation plan are more likely to avoid premature death when compared to e-cigarette users.

Many specialists within the global science community believe e-cigarettes, or vapes, are a lower-risk alternative to tobacco and could help many people quit smoking. Published in the Journal Tobacco Control, the study based findings on worst and best-case scenarios and modeled possible public health outcomes in the United States if cigarette smoking was replaced by e-cigarettes. The study concluded that even in the gloomiest scenario, 1.6 million former cigarette smokers could avoid premature death, while compared to a more optimistic scenario of 6.6 million saved.

Learn More: BMJ Research Paper

Potential deaths averted in USA by replacing cigarettes with e-cigarettes

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