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French vape shop enters the hospital to educate the staff

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La Pause Vapeur (“The vapor pause”), it is the name of this Parisian vape shop that was solicited in the suburbs of Paris by the hospital, Center René Huguenin in Saint-Cloud (no, it’s not a joke, this city exists), to demonstrate the use of personal vaporizers to its staff during smoking prevention days.

Translation: “In the framework of its actions to prevent smoking, our vape shop has been solicited on June 2 by the Hospital René Huguenin of St-Cloud (Center for cancer treatment and detection belonging to the Curie Institute) to present and explain the operation of the different  e-cigarette models to the staff.

An initiative that has been welcomed by the tobacco expert Jacques Le Houezec and many other vapers.

Last April, the French Academy of Medicine released a report that sealed the Ministry of Health’s official position in favor of the personal vaporizer as a harm reduction tool. A position that has been displayed also by the Curie Institute.

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