Electronic cigarettes. A position statement of the forum of international respiratory societies.

@article{Schraufnagel2014ElectronicCA,
  title={Electronic cigarettes. A position statement of the forum of international respiratory societies.},
  author={Dean E Schraufnagel and Francesco Blasi and M. Bradley Drummond and David C L Lam and Ehsan Latif and Mark J. Rosen and Ra{\'u}l H Sansores and Richard Nellis van Zyl-Smit},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={190 6},
  pages={
          611-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Awareness and usage of electronic cigarettes has exponentially increased during the last few years, especially among young people and women in some countries. The rapid acceptance of electronic cigarettes may be attributed in part to the perception created by marketing and the popular press that they are safer than combustible cigarettes. GOALS To alert and advise policy makers about electronic cigarettes and their potential hazards. METHODS Using The Union's position paper on… 
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