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In discussing the study, one of ...
In discussing the study, one of the researchers, Professor Christine Gratziou said "we found an immediate rise in airway resistance in our group of participants, which suggests e-cigarettes can cause immediate harm after smoking the device".
She added that "more research is needed to understand whether this harm also has lasting effects in the long-term".
Professor Gratziou who is also Chairman of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) Tobacco Control Committee also said, "the ERS recommends following effective smoking cessation treatment guidelines based on clinical evidence which do not advocate the use of such products".
In discussing the outcome of the ...
In discussing the outcome of the study, Professor Christine Gratziou, one of the researchers who was engaged in this study, discovered an instance elevation in the airway resistance in all the participants.
This leads to the assumption that electronic cigarettes can cause harm on your body after you smoke the device.
She also stated that further research is necessary to determine completely whether such harm can have lasting effects on a long-term basis.