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Thread: Vape Shop consumers 40%+ long term success rate in quitting. Study

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    Vape Shop consumers 40%+ long term success rate in quitting. Study

    5. Conclusions
    Here we have shown for the first time that combining availability of appealing e-vapour products for smoking substitution with professional advice from vape shops staff it is possible to achieve high and stable success rates. By promoting healthier life-style changes in smokers, vape shops may become valuable allies in the fight against smoking. Larger studies are now needed to confirm these preliminary findings and to establish the importance of integrating these antismoking services into future tobacco control strategies.

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    That's a good paper Davi, I always thought the quit rates were higher than we see in other literature & this paper shows a very good success rate.

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    wow that is very interesting, thanks for sharing. I hope more vape shops pop around in the future

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    Not only does it show high quit rates when people get advice but it shows what a lot of people already know which is that a lot of people reduce their nicotine levels which seems to be something that a lot of public health officials aren't aware of. Good study needs a bigger follow up study.

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    This was the same study as the one reported by Takkett right? The figures look similar:

    Biochemically verified smoking cessation and vaping beliefs among vape store customers - Tackett - Addiction - Wiley Online Library

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pleski View Post
    This was the same study as the one reported by Takkett right? The figures look similar:

    Biochemically verified smoking cessation and vaping beliefs among vape store customers - Tackett - Addiction - Wiley Online Library
    Actually, it looks like two different studies. The one Davi posted was set in Italy, and the one you posted in the US. Different authors.

    But very interesting to know there have been two entirely separate studies in different countries showing very similar results.
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