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UK Prime Minister Praises Ecigs for Helping Smokers Quit

Smoking related diseases claim the lives of 80,000 people each year in the UK, but a new trend is helping many tobacco users finally kick the habit. An estimated 2.6 million smokers have turned to ecigarettes as a smoking cessation aid with more smokers making the switch on a daily basis. Prime Minister David Cameron recently spoke out about the sudden popularity of ecigs and he endorsed the devices as a “legitimate aid” to help people quit smoking.

The Prime Minister is no stranger to tobacco use. It took years for him to give up his heavy smoking habit and today he is in favor of anything that can help other smokers find freedom from addiction. “Certainly as somebody who has been through the battle a number of times, eventually relatively successfully, lots of people find different ways of doing it and certainly for some people e-cigarettes are successful,” Cameron said.

“I think we do need to be guided by the experts. We should look at the report from Public Health England but it is promising to see that over all, one million people are estimated to have used e-cigarettes to help them quit or have replaced smoking with e-cigarettes completely.”

Earlier this year, Public Health England issued an official report about ecigs in response to rising fears of health risks. The agency said that ecigs are 95 percent safer than tobacco cigarettes and are extremely effective for smokers as a cessation tool.

Cameron agrees with PHE’s statements and hopes to make ecigs more readily available for the people who need them. “I think we should be making clear that this is a very legitimate path for many people to improve their health and the health of the nation,” he said.

It’s another victory for the ecig industry to have prestigious world leader take up the cause. Hopefully leaders of other nations will be as receptive as Prime Minister Cameron in the future.

Electronic Cigarettes • April 5, 2017


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