• The updated Cochrane review of e-cigarettes — and what it should mean for Canada

    Last week, the UK based health charity, Cochrane, released its sixth report on the evidence on the use of e-cigarettes for smoking cessation. This post reflects on how this and other Cochrane conclusions could serve Canadian efforts to reduce smoking at the population and individual levels.

    In brief:
    1) Cochrane establishes that in clinical trials, E-cigarettes fail 10 times more often than they succeed

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