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Thread: Student gets fellowship to study cytotoxic effects of ecigs

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    Student gets fellowship to study cytotoxic effects of ecigs

    a University of California, Riverside graduate student has received a National Institutes of Health (NIH) fellowship of more than $90,000 to study the cytotoxic effects effects that are toxic to the body's cells of e-cigarette use.
    Graduate student awarded NIH fellowship to study electronic cigarettes

    As many of us know, Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos has also carried out research in this area:

    First toxicology study on vapor proves electronic cigarettes are much better than tobacco
    margyb, spawn_8, Olfella and 3 others like this.

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    the more studies, the better, so long as they're unbiased and fairly conducted
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    i agree. a big problem has been the private agenda's of the people conducting the studies.

    these were both great reads.

    I don't need squat for ages, i just went shopping.
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