Electronic cigarettes: miracle or menace?

@article{Flouris2010ElectronicCM,
  title={Electronic cigarettes: miracle or menace?},
  author={Andreas D Flouris and Dimitris N Oikonomou},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2010},
  volume={340},
  pages={
          c311
        }
}
At a time when the number of smokers worldwide is at its highest, and antismoking policies are proliferating,1 the sector for alternative smoking products is in a froth of excitement about the potential to increase its market share and revenues. One of the most recent products in the market is the electronic cigarette (e-cigarette), which is intended, whether overtly stated or implied, to reduce concentrations of toxic compounds in mainstream and sidestream smoke and to help smokers give up… CONTINUE READING

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