Does the reported “JUUL Phenomenon” change the blanace of the public health impact of e-cigarettes?
12:00 - 12:15
Safety and Health Effects
The much anticipated NASEM report published earlier this year, highlighted that the public health impact of e-cigarettes will depend on the balance of 3 factors i) The ability to help current smokers quit ii) The potential to increase adolescents’ use of combustible cigarettes iii) Any inherent toxicity of e-cigarettes themselves. This session will discuss from a clinician’s perspective how the “JUUL phenomenon” being reported in the US might change the calculations.
- Prof Nancy Rigotti Director, Tobacco Research & Treatment Center - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
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