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Study claims e-cigarettes can help small percentage to quit smoking

The New York Times 01/30/2019

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine finds that e-cigarettes are nearly twice as effective as nicotine gum and patches in helping smokers quit smoking. While more successful than alternatives, the success rate of those using e-cigarettes to quit smoking was still low with only 18 percent succeeding. Eighty percent of those who quit using e-cigarettes were still vaping a year after giving up cigarettes.

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