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Vaping may raise cancer risk because of damage to DNA, says study

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Army warns of ‘emerging public health threat’

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Cellular evidence on how nicotine and e-cigarettes increase cancer risk in humans (and mice)

Clear the Air says:

Without addictive nicotine content in cigarettes and electronic versions, people would not be addicted and would not need to smoke.

The ‘95% safer’ NUTT biased pushers and PHE always state: it’s not the nicotine, it’s the combustion and  tar.

As numerous new peer reviewed research articles appear on previously undiscovered pathogenic effects of vaping and nicotine, the likelihood of major lawsuits against PHE grows progressively stronger.

These recent findings (attached) show the way forward to researchers to discover how both nicotine and e-cig vapour, even without nicotine, adversely affect DNA or lead to cellular mutations, creating cancerous chemicals in the body like NNN and NNK, even though such chemicals were not present in the ingested e-cig vapour.

Such mutation evidence probably already exists within carefully hidden tobacco industry research using outside contractors.  Time to offer a Bloomberg/Gates Whistleblower Bounty?

Detailed independent research concentration on e-cig vapour and  nicotine effects on cellular level mutations in DNA could lead to a possible ban on nicotine by Governments = game over for Big Tobacco.

This is the Real End Game – Ban Nicotine.

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The Malaysian Vape Market Gets Decimated

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Cinnamon, vanilla and buttery e-cigarette flavors are among the most toxic — and mixing flavors is more damaging than vaping just one

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State-Specific Prevalence of Tobacco Product Use Among Adults — United States, 2014–2015

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E-cigarettes, shisha to be illegal from Feb 1 under amended Tobacco Act

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E-Cigarette Battery Explosions Are Leaving Users Disfigured

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Host–agent–vector–environment measures for electronic cigarette research used in NIH grants

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Principles that Underpin the Current Policy and Regulatory Approach to Electronic Cigarettes (E-Cigarettes) in Australia

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