E-cigarette use costs $15 billion a year?!?

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Anti-vaping quackademics from California’s Bay Area are at it again

E-Cigarette use costs US $15 billion per year, reports UCSF in first study of its kind 
Use of electronic cigarettes costs the United States $15 billion annually in health care expenditures — more than $2,000 per person a year — according to a study by researchers at the UC San Francisco School of Nursing.
The study, published on May 23, 2022 in Tobacco Control, is the first to look at the health care costs of e-cigarette use among adults 18 and older.

UCSF plus Tobacco Control is the perfect recipe for crank activism and this study is everything you might expect.

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Christopher Snowdon – Velvet Glove, Iron Fist – 2022-05-24.

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