Following the catastrophic episode of the WHO report, many doctors and health specialists spoke out. This is the case of Dr. JOel Bousquet, a doctor at the Center for Accompaniment and Prevention in Addictology in Gap who thinks that » we do not have enough perspective to determine the long-term consequences ".
The 26 last July, l'World Health Organization (WHO) sounded the alarm in its global report on tobacco by referring to "indisputably harmful" electronic cigarettes.
« Since the appearance of the electronic cigarette on the market, it is doubtful that the products inhaled are probably not as innocent as what could be announced. But we were convinced that this harm was less compared to smoking. The toxicity of the products is probable and remains to be evaluated. We still have not got enough perspective to determine the long-term consequences, valued Joel Bousquet, a doctor at the Accompaniment and Prevention Center in Addictology in Gap.
The negative impact is still difficult to identify because the studies carried out by the experts diverge. But e-cigarettes remain an alternative, among others, to stopping smoking. It is considered to be the most effective (to other nicotine substitutes: patch, lozenge, chewing gum, etc.) by a team of British researchers in the New England Journal of Medicine (published in January 2019). Time and future research will tell us. »
source : Ledauphine.com/