Debunking the fearmongering: Research shows secondhand e-cig vapor is 99% less carcinogenic

CNN is at it again, this time intentionally spreading dangerous misinformation that strongly implies secondhand e-cigarette vapor is equally as harmful to public health as smoking.  The controversial news organization is largely responsible for blaming a surge of mysterious lung disorders occurring in Wisconsin and Illinois directly to vaping.  However, the data now overwhelming indicates that the teen vapers were likely ingesting Black Market or THC-enhanced products which remain unregulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). 

In its latest fearmongering campaign, CNN is once again referencing an unsubstantiated white paper on the topic of secondhand vapor without verifying the underlying evidence, if it even exists.  This sort of “copy and paste” journalism is severely detrimental to public health as it ignores key scientific data which clearly indicates that e-cig vapor is 99 percent less toxic than the smoke derived from combustible tobacco products.

In its latest fearmongering campaign, CNN is once again referencing an unsubstantiated white paper on the topic of secondhand vapor without verifying the underlying evidence, if it even exists.  This sort of “copy and paste” journalism is severely detrimental to public health as it ignores key scientific data which clearly indicates that e-cig vapor is 99 percent less toxic than the smoke derived from combustible tobacco products.

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