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Thread: Sexy and safe? How new fake cigarettes help smokers quit (news article)

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    Sexy and safe? How new fake cigarettes help smokers quit (news article)

    An article from the New Zealand Herald I stumbled across while working the google on the internet machine, in case anyone's interested:

    Sexy and safe? How new fake cigarettes help smokers quit
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    Good, fair, balanced article. Probably one of the few, or the only balanced one I've read. I think I want to move to New Zealand, they're cool over there.

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    Thanks black dog interesting read,the quitline are using this to their benifet saying ecigs are as good as their way but still warning people away from it even if ecigs do work.Cant stand them do gooder high and mighties

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    it's a good, balanced article.

    Tobacco researcher Murray Laugesen says the Government is standing in the way of smokers' human rights by making it difficult for them to obtain a product that could help save their lives. "They're entitled to obtain them as a lifestyle product without going to the doctor. You wouldn't have to go to the doctor to buy diet Coke," he says. "The whole thing is a tragic farce for smokers."
    we definitely need to see more like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kay67kay View Post
    it's a good, balanced article.
    Tobacco researcher Murray Laugesen says the Government is standing in the way of smokers' human rights by making it difficult for them to obtain a product that could help save their lives. "They're entitled to obtain them as a lifestyle product without going to the doctor. You wouldn't have to go to the doctor to buy diet Coke," he says. "The whole thing is a tragic farce for smokers."

    we definitely need to see more like this.

    Couldn't agree more. Thanks for pointing that out.

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