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Electronic Cigarettes

From History to Evidence-Based Medicine
      Thanks are due to Maziak
      • Maziak W.
      Harm reduction at the crossroads. The case of e-cigarettes.
      for providing us evidence that we must not be fooled by electronic cigarettes. Indeed, harm reduction with tobacco products is not yet evidence based.
      • Stead L.F.
      • Lancaster T.
      Interventions to reduce harm from continued tobacco use.
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