Comments on “Fact vs. Fiction: The Perils Of Vaping”

  1. LJM says:
    06/07/2023 at 5:45 PM

    It’s strange to see such misinformation from a Doctor. I don’t vape and I don’t sell them, but I am aware that the Cochrane Review is the gold standard for medical research and has found that vaping is an effective form of smoking cessation.

    Millions of people vaping for 15 years. Millions of ex-smokers who have improved their health by vaping. Zero evidence of any of the harms listed in this article appearing in real life.

    This is the scientific equivalent of being anti-vax.

  2. MichaelC says:
    06/09/2023 at 11:09 AM

    Wow. I have to wonder sometimes whether the muddling of theses like we see here is intentional. She sets out at first to show that vaping is bad. That’s an easy task, and it is what she spends the article arguing.

    But at the end of the second paragraph, she seems to expand the thesis to assert that vaping is no better than smoking cigarettes. She offers zero evidence to support this argument, but an inattentive reader might not notice that.

    Shame on doctors who do not embrace the harm reduction that vaping represents. There are, no doubt, people dying of lung cancer every day because they were led to believe that vaping is no better than smoking cigarettes.

  3. Mark Stave says:
    06/10/2023 at 7:35 AM

    I can only wonder who is paying this doctor to risk her medical license by putting her name over this thourghky debunked crap. Almost nothing that she writes, or cut and pasted, is supported by peer reviewed studies, quite the opposite. What horse manure.


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