E-cigarette use vs. nicotine replacement therapy leads to higher quit rates

Individuals using nicotine e-cigarettes have a higher likelihood of quitting smoking compared with nicotine replacement therapy users, according to data published in Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
“Vaping (using e-cigarettes) is not risk free but is considerably less harmful than smoking,” Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, MA, DPhil, assistant professor of health policy and promotion in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences at University of Massachusetts Amherst, told Healio. “Evidence from well-conducted randomized controlled trials [RCTs] shows that nicotine

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