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One Third of Americans Believe Ecigs Are Just as Harmful as Tobacco Cigarettes

Over the past two years as FDA regulations loomed large for the ecig industry, there has been a full-fledged media war surrounding electronic cigarettes. Big Tobacco and Big Pharma have been fighting hard to convince people that ecigs are dangerous. Public health campaigns have painted ecigs as toxic and life threatening, even calling them a risk to America’s children. When you look beneath the surface, you can easily see how money is driving this anti-ecig campaign.

As more and more smokers find freedom from tobacco with the help of ecigs, Big Tobacco’s profits are facing a major threat. The major pharmaceutical companies are feeling the pinch too as smokers opt to try ecigs over smoking cessation drugs, nicotine patches, and gums. In an effort to reverse the tide, they have tried to demonize ecigs and convince Americans that they are really no different than tobacco cigarettes. By publishing biased, inaccurate research and running a steady stream of shady campaigns to call for regulation, the enemies have tried to trick people into fearing ecigs. Sadly, it seems like these underhanded tactics are working.

A new survey from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows just how bad things have gotten for ecigs in America. The survey showed that 32 percent of Americans believe ecigs are just as dangerous as tobacco. Six percent actually think ecigs are more dangerous than regular cigarettes. How is this possible?

When you look at the basic science, it’s clear that ecigarettes have no tobacco, no tar, and no smoke. There hasn’t been a single study to link ecigs to lung cancer. Yet a third of our nation believes these devices are just as dangerous as tobacco. It just doesn’t make sense.

Gregory Conley, President of the American Vaping Association, was outraged by the recent survey results. “Let’s be clear – there is no doubt in the scientific community that vaping is far less hazardous than inhaling burning tobacco smoke. The fact that more than half to the American population can’t answer this question accurately is a scandal.”

Conley pointed the blame towards crooked media outlets and public health agencies that lie to the American people to suit their own agendas. “The public health establishment should be called to task for their role in misinforming Americans about these reduced harm technology products,” he said.

Have you noticed a growing negativity towards ecigs in your community? Is it even possible at this point to reverse the damage and change public perception of ecigarettes?

Electronic Cigarettes • April 5, 2017

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