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September 2017

27/09/2017

Cancer Research UK study shows most young vapers don’t become regular users

A recent study part-funded by Cancer Research UK shows that the majority of e-cigarette experimentation among young people does not lead to regular use. Cancer Research UK created 5 surveys that questioned more than 60,000 young people aged 11-16. The study is a collaboration between Cancer Research UK, the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, Public Health England, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), and the DECIPHer Centre at the University of Cardiff. Lead Author of the study, Professor Linda Bauld, from the University of Stirling stated: “Our study... Read More