Back on this side of the Atlantic, Cancer Research UK has released a new appeal to stop smoking services. The charity is asking cessation experts to accept that some of their clients will want to use, or already be using, vaping products. In fact Cancer Research go further and suggest that services provide clients with basic advice on vapour products.

Overall the new report is extremely positive, highlighting the fact that toxins associated with tobacco smoke are either at extremely low levels in e-cigarette vapour or completely absent. They also point out that, as a cessation method, vaping is around 60% more effective than over the counter nicotine replacement therapies.

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