Long-term e-cigarette use and smoking cessation: a longitudinal study with US population

@article{Zhuang2016LongtermEU,
  title={Long-term e-cigarette use and smoking cessation: a longitudinal study with US population},
  author={Yue-Lin Zhuang and Sharon E Cummins and Jessica Y Sun and Shu-Hong Zhu},
  journal={Tobacco Control},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={i90 - i95}
}
BACKGROUND E-cigarettes have grown popular. [...] Key MethodMETHODS A nationally representative sample of 2028 US smokers were surveyed in 2012 and 2014. Long-term e-cigarette use was defined as using e-cigarettes at baseline and follow-up. Use of e-cigarettes only at baseline or at follow-up was defined as short-term use. Non-users did not use e-cigarettes at either survey. Quit attempt rates and cessation rates (abstinent for 3 months or longer) were compared across the three groups. Expand
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