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SIEGEL: New Study Claims to Have Found that E-Cigarettes are Unhelpful in Smoking Cessation among Cancer Patients

Once again, shoddy research by opponents of electronic cigarettes has led to a situation where false conclusions are being disseminated widely to the media and the public. Most unfortunately, damage is being done to the public's health because news headl
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Sep 27, 2014 15:07

GLANTZ: Best study on e-cigs for cessation so far shows they don't help and likely hurt

an exceptionally well-done longitudinal study, "Electronic Cigarette Use Among Patients with Cancer,' on how use of e-cigarettes affects success in people trying to quit smoking as part of an organized smoking cessation program. It showed that, at best,
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Sep 27, 2014 15:06

Electronic cigarette use among patients with cancer: Characteristics of electronic cigarette users and their smoking cessation outcomes

The high rate of E-cigarette use observed is consistent with recent articles highlighting increased E-cigarette use in the general population. The current longitudinal findings raise doubts concerning the usefulness of E-cigarettes for facilitating smokin
added Sep 27, 2014 14:03

[USA] E-cigarettes 'not helping cancer patients to quit smoking'

Due to the rise in popularity of e-cigarettes, researchers from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, NY, set out to investigate cessation outcomes for cancer patients using the devices. Their findings are published in CANCER.
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Sep 22, 2014 22:42

Study of smoking cancer patients fuels e-cigarette debate

The fierce debate over whether e-cigarettes can help people quit smoking took another twist on Monday as a research paper on their use by cancer patients was criticized as flawed.
added Sep 22, 2014 10:18

E-cigarettes 'DON'T help cancer patients stop smoking because they become more nicotine dependent'

Study found a three-fold increase in e-cigarette use over a single year alone / E-cigarette users joining stop-smoking programmes were more addicted / And findings show they are barely more likely to quit than normal smokers
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 22, 2014 10:16

[UK] Avoiding 40% of the premature deaths in each country, 2010—30: review of national mortality trends to help quantify the UN Sustainable Development Goal for health [FREE FULL TEXT]

The most important was 30% reduction in smoking, which in 2010 caused about a quarter of all cancer deaths in Europe and America (plus even more deaths from other diseases), and is already a major cause of death in China, India, and elsewhere in Asia. For
The Lancet (uk)
added Sep 22, 2014 10:14

E-Cigarettes Don't Help Cancer Patients Quit Smoking: Study

Smokers with cancer who used e-cigarettes along with traditional cigarettes were more dependent on nicotine than those who didn't use the devices, a Memorial Sloan Kettering study found. These patients were also just as likely -- or less likely -- to hav
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Sep 22, 2014 09:23

[UK] Study: E-cigarettes do not help people trying to give up

do not appear to help cancer patients to give up smoking, new research suggests. A study of cancer patients who tried to quit smoking found those using the products were likely to have more failed attempts than those who did not use them...
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Sep 21, 2014 23:54

[Austria] Smoking causes urological diseases

Reduced fertility, impotence, and bladder carcinoma are problems caused by smoking, the Association of Austrian Urologists (BVU) said on Thursday. However, few people are aware of the fact that only 13 percent of respondents said they know smoking has a
IANS - Indo-Asian News Service (in)
added Sep 19, 2014 20:39
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