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What are e-cigarettes and how do they work?
An e-cigarette is a device that allows you to inhale nicotine in a vapour rather than smoke.
E-cigarettes do not burn tobacco and do not produce tar or carbon monoxide, two of the most damaging elements in tobacco smoke.
They work by heating a liquid that typically contains nicotine, propylene glycol and/or vegetable glycerine, and flavourings.
Using an e-cigarette is known as vaping.
Vaping VS Tobacco
It is often said that vaping is 95% safer than smoking. Is this figure just plucked out of the air as some critics claim or is it based on solid scientific evidence?
Where did the estimate come from?
This estimate is based on comprehensive, independent reviews of the scientific evidence by both Public Health England (the English Government Public Health agency) and the Tobacco Advisory Committee of the UK Royal College of Physicians.
Both organisations came to the same conclusion, PHE in 2015 and again in its second review of the evidence in 2018, and RCP in 2016.
The Royal College of Physicians put it this way:
"Although it is not possible to precisely quantify the long-term health risks associated with e-cigarettes, the available data suggest that they are unlikely to exceed 5% of those associated with smoked tobacco products, and may well be substantially lower than this figure"
The same 95% safer figure had earlier been estimated by a group of international experts in 2014 led by Professor David Nutt. The PHE and RCP reports were completely independent of that earlier review but came to the same conclusion.
In the United States, the leading scientific body, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine concluded that e-cigarettes are "far less harmful" than combustible tobacco cigarettes, but did not actually give a percentage.
Of course, the exact figure doesn't matter all that much, but it helps to provide a ballpark for the level of risk which is meaningful to smokers and health professionals. Just saying it is less harmful is too vague. That could be 30% 60%, or maybe even 99% less harmful. The 95% figure helps to communicate a realistic level of relative risk that is useful.
The bottom line is that vaping is not risk free and if you don't smoke you shouldn't vape.
However, if you are a smoker who can't quit you will dramatically reduce your risk of dying from cancer, heart and lung disease if you switch to vaping.
How much less risky is it? Well, at present we can say that the long-term risk from vaping is at least 95% less than smoking. But I wouldn’t be surprised if it ends up being found to be more like 98% or 99% less risky.
Critics recently attempted to undermine the claim that vaping is 95% safer than smoking. Read Clive Bates brilliant analysis of this pathetic attempt here:
Vaping is still at least 95% lower risk than smoking - debunking a feeble and empty critique.
Clive Bates, Counterfactual 17 January 2020
Posted by Colin Mendelsohn, email@example.com