Distorted Harms | Teen Vaping & Nicotine Use Is “Overblown”

It’s a crucial moment for the U.S. vaping industry. In a matter of weeks, FDA is set to release new data purported to prove a massive uptick in teen e-cigarette use. Alarm over the anticipated findings is dramatically raising misperceptions of vaping; proselytized by tobacco control zealots via weak science, errors of omission and distorted harms.

It’s time the public hears “the whole truth,” says Dr. David Abrams emanate researcher and world-leading tobacco control scientist from NYU College of Global Public Health. Abrams reports: “Vaping is unequivocally safer than smoking” and using words like “brain damage or damages the adolescent brain,” with regard to teen exposure to nicotine is “overblown.”

It’s a powerful interview—don’t miss it!

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Produced by: Brent Stafford
Released: October 19, 2018

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