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

@article{Borderud2014ElectronicCU,
  title={Electronic cigarette use among patients with cancer: characteristics of electronic cigarette users and their smoking cessation outcomes.},
  author={Sarah P Borderud and Yuelin Li and Jack E. Burkhalter and Christine E. Sheffer and Jamie S Ostroff},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={2014},
  volume={120 22},
  pages={3527-35}
}
BACKGROUND Given that continued smoking after a cancer diagnosis increases the risk of adverse health outcomes, patients with cancer are strongly advised to quit. Despite a current lack of evidence regarding their safety and effectiveness as a cessation tool, electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes) are becoming increasingly popular. To guide oncologists' communication with their patients about E-cigarette use, this article provides what to the authors' knowledge is the first published clinical… CONTINUE READING
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