Research and analysis

E-cigarettes: an evidence update

An expert review of the latest evidence concludes that e-cigarettes are around 95% safer than smoked tobacco and they can help smokers to quit.

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E-cigarettes: an evidence update

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E-cigarettes: a new foundation for evidence-based policy and practice

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Authors' note on evidence for 'around 95%' safer estimate

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Detail

This review explains the relative risks and benefits of e-cigarettes, in terms of harm reduction when compared with cigarettes and as an aid to quitting.