E-cigarettes with cigarette-like nicotine delivery reduce exposure to carcinogen | Penn State University – Penn State News

E-cigarettes that deliver a cigarette-like amount of nicotine are associated with reduced smoking and reduced exposure to a major cancer-causing chemical, or carcinogen, in tobacco even with concurrent smoking, according to a new study led by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine and Virginia Commonwealth University.

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