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Implications for practice and research
Daily e-cigarette users are more likely to reduce and attempt to quit tobacco smoking than non-users, but are no more likely to report abstinence.
Improved measurement of e-cigarette use in future observational studies will improve our understanding of the relationship between e-cigarettes and smoking cessation.
In the UK, peak increases in e-cigarette usage from 2013 to 20141 correspond broadly with a national increase in cessation of tobacco.2 An important question is whether e-cigarette use may cause a reduction in smoking. Brose and colleagues sought to address a key element of this question: whether …