Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Video | Blog | TABEXPO | Tobacco Industry Guide | Tobaccopeople | Death of e-cigarette smoker prompts research plea

He said that the brand Miller had been using seemed to involve a mixture of nicotine and oil.

"There's extensive literature in the medical world on damage to the lungs due to inhaling oil, which looks very similar to his disease," he said.

Hmmmmm...I've never heard of an e-cigarette brand that uses "oil". The only ingredients that I have ever come across when doing research on e-cigarettes are nicotine, propylene glycol (or its substitute glycerol), and food additive flavorings. A quick google search on this story turned up no other links on this yet to develop(?) story either.

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