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All you need to know about electronic cigarettes This short book presents what is currently known about electronic cigarettes and refill liquids, their safety and efficacy, nicotine addiction and smoking cessation, and it provides a thoughtful and insightful reflection that should help consumers, health professionals, and decision makers make wise and balanced decisions about these products. Sales of electronic cigarettes have tripled in the US every year since 2007. E-cigarettes are not just a fad, they are here to stay. However, there remain many unanswered questions about this growing phenomenon. This book allows you to take stock of the situation. About the author Jean-François Etter, PhD in political science, is professor of public health at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Over the past 18 years, he conducted many research projects in the field of smoking prevention, searched for new ways to help smokers quit, and tried to better understand the phenomenon of tobacco dependence. These research projects were conducted in collaboration with some of the best teams of researchers in this field, in the US, the UK, France, Switzerland and other countries. Professor Etter has published over 120 original research reports, most of them on tobacco dependence and smoking cessation, in international, peer-reviewed scientific journals. He pioneered research on electronic cigarettes and published some of the very first studies conducted among e-cig users. This book reflects his vast experience, and presents the relevant facts in a language that every reader can understand.
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