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originally posted by: FredT
While I do agree with you that based on the report the scope is limited, however, research with mice is well understood and there is a huge body of data so I would take the claim seriously.
The issue with the vaping is not the nicotine (which in and of itself well understood) per say but with whatever lies in the vape juice that is perhaps the culprit.
originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: FredT
Agreed... I won't vape in public or on the highway if I can be seen.
The issues stem from THC pens and people who never smoked before.
originally posted by: Archivalist
The mice exposed without nicotine did NOT develop cancer.
These mice were surrounded by e-cig "smoke" 24/7.