Evidence, Policy, and E-Cigarettes.

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      To the Editor: In their Perspective article in the April 7 issue,(1) Green et al. argue that the English approach to e-cigarettes could reframe the debate on these products. They cite our article,(2) implying that we were concerned about only one of the many studies in the Public Health England (PHE) review. That study was only one of our concerns, being the only source for the widely cited "95% safer" claim, especially given questions about conflicts of interest.(3) We also discussed other evidence, some not quoted in the review, that raised serious questions about the safety of these products.(4) Green . . . [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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