In a survey of 773 pulmonologists, the majority of the physicians did not believe e-cigarettes were an effective method of smoking cessation. Researcher Stephen Baldassarri, MD, of Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn., revealed the findings at CHEST 2016, the annual meeting of the American College of Chest Physicians. “The vast majority of physicians who answered the survey — about 88 percent — reported that at least some of their patients had asked their opinion about e-cigarettes,” said Baldassarri, “and four out of five reported their patients were using e-cigarettes to stop smoking.” Only one-third of the physicians surveyed said ... Read More
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