Meanwhile, Dr. William Lowenstein, addiction specialist and president of the French association, SOS Addictions, also believes that the benefits of electronic cigarettes are undeniable.
"There are none of the carcinogenic substances," he said during a TV interview with France 5 on May 16.
William Lowenstein, MDDirector, Center for Addiction Medicine, Centre Monte Cristo Laennec, ParisDr. Lowenstein is a physician of the H,pitaux de Paris, in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in Paris.He is also the Director of Addiction Medicine for the Monte Cristo Center where he specializes in internal and pulmonary medicine.Dr. Lowenstein is also the Vice President of lÌassociation francaise de Reduction des Risques (AFR) and he conducts research on the treatment of cocaine addiction through the funding of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation.He has played a key role in several important research projects and is a member of numerous prestigious medical societies.Dr. Lowenstein is published in many international medical journals and is the author of two major studies on addiction. William Lowenstein, MD, completed his internship at the H,pitaux de Paris; he obtained his medical degree in paracytology from the Facult, des Sciences de Montpellier.
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