November 28, 2014 by JImbo
The FDA claims there are carcinogens in e-cigarette vapor. In fact, a Japanese lab said theirs tests found TEN TIMES AS MUCH CANCER CAUSING CHEMICALS as “regular cigarettes.” I’m not sure what they call “regular” or if their domestic brands are different from ours. There probably is a difference company-to-company.
The French found they contained “significant levels of carcinogens”. Although scientifically “significant” is not the same as “dangerous” and only in 3 out of 10 did they even close to rival “regular” cigarettes… if any at all.
However, at least some E-cigarette sellers claim their products are completely carcinogen-free.
Is there that much difference? Are some brands cancer-free and some loaded with the stuff?
What’s the purpose?
Does it really vary that much by company and country?
If they do cause cancer,t his should be interesting.
Seems to be a pretty clear debate.
One side has to be right and one side has to be wrong.
Either they DO cause cancer (up to ten times as much as cigarettes) or they cause NO cancer.
Not much middle ground there.
I guess we’ll find out when the lawsuits start coming in.