Vapers are needed for a survey being conducted by The Cochrane Library. The Cochrane Library recently conducted a meta-analysis of 100s of different studies, related to the success of smoking cessation using nicotine e-cigarettes.
I’ll just let them explain it in plain english.
Nicotine e‐cigarettes probably do help people to stop smoking for at least six months. They probably work better than nicotine replacement therapy and nicotine‑free e‐cigarettes.
They may work better than no support, or behavioural support alone, and they may not be associated with serious unwanted effects.Key Messages of Cochrane Study
They said in this update to their 2016 meta-analys and that moving forward these updates would be monthly, as opposed every 4 years. The The Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group’s Twitter account recently sent this tweet out looking for nicotine users to be in a survey.
Have you used e-cigarettes or smoked, in the past or currently? We’re updating our @CRUK funded @CochraneTAG review of #ecigs for #smoking cessation and want to hear from you. Please take our short survey before end of November, URL below. Many thanks! https://t.co/ocUpjykNAa— CochraneTAG (@CochraneTAG) November 12, 2020
I’ll put the Cochrane survey link here one more time.
Additionally The New Nicotine Alliance UK recently posted another similar sounding tweet looking for vapers to partake in a survey.
If you want to get involved, Help the THR Cause? this is a very effective way to accomplish that and would be personally, greatly appreciated. If we are going to defend flavors, now is the time. Science needs to win no matter who is in charge.
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