“Four experts from Newcastle University’s School of Dental Sciences have done us all a favour by speaking the truth and smashing the latest lie against vaping,” says Nancy Loucas, Executive Coordinator of the Coalition of Asia Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (CAPHRA).
Her comments follow a claim in the British Dental Journal that vaping causes tooth damage.
The claim was made by two food science lecturers at the Cardiff Metropolitan University School of Sport and Health Science.
A letter has since been published in the British Dental Journal by Newcastle University vaping and dentistry experts Dr Richard Holliday, Professor Elaine McColl, Anthony Weke, and Zella Sayeed debunking the claims out of Cardiff.
CAPHRA – 2022-07-12