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  1. rolygate

    rolygate Forum Manager Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Sep 24, 2009
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    Here is a list of useful PDFs for download.

    Please also see our Research section:
    Medical Research

    If you can suggest others, please post the link in the Site Feedback forum - thanks.


    CASAA factsheets

    A PDF that can be printed and given to your doctor:

    A Factsheet, with many useful links:


    Harm reduction

    The use of ecigarettes as a harm reduction strategy to benefit public health
    Obtained from the American Association of Public Health Physicians (AAPHP) at

    Electronic cigarettes as a harm reduction strategy for tobacco control
    Cahn and Siegel


    Clinical research

    Vansickel, Cobb, Weaver, and Eissenberg
    Vansickel - Eissenberg clinical trial results:

    Discussion of Vansickel / Eissenberg trial:

    C Bullen, H McRobbie, S Thornley, M Glover, R Lin, M Laugesen
    Bullen - Laugesen Ruyan E-cigarette clinical trial:

    Bullen, Glover, Laugesen, Lin, McRobbie, Thornley
    University of Auckland E-cigarette Effect trial:

    SRNT Ruyan tests:

    - the above PDFs retrieved with gratitude from:



    Novartis Pharmaceuticals - safety of PG:

    A post with useful links to material on PG: article on PG as a germicide, from 1942
    Link to


    Related Research

    Tracking the Rise in Popularity of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (“Electronic Cigarettes”) Using Search Query Surveillance - Journal of American Preventative Health (Ayers, et al., 2010)

    Electronic Cigarettes As a Smoking-Cessation Tool - Results from an Online Survey - Journal of American Preventative Health (Siegel et al., 2010)



    UK MHRA decision on regulation (Option 3, 'Do Nothing'):

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