Researchers and a vaping advocacy group had mixed opinions on the study. The American Vaping Association and e-cigarette advocate researcher Dr. Michael Siegel of Boston University criticized it by email for using unrealistic conditions and overestimating potential harm. In particular, they said battery voltages were tested up to a level that would have produced an […]
Barrington-Trimis said the study did not look at whether the kids who reported trying cigarettes are just experimenting, or will go on to become regular smokers. Gregory Conley, president of the nonprofit American Vaping Association, pointed out that … Teens Who Vape May Be More Likely to Smoke Cigarettes Later, Study Finds – ABC News
Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, told HealthDay that the rules will weaken the innovation of e-cigarettes. He pointed out that the study did not establish if participants used an old model of e-cigarettes or a new one … Study finds most smokers are not satisfied with e-cigarettes and don’t make the switch […]
Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, took issue with some of the study’s findings. For example, he said, one weakness of the study is that the survey participants may have tried e-cigarettes years ago, before more recent … Most Smokers Don’t Stick With E-Cigarettes – Lincoln Journal Star
The levels of benzaldehyde that a daily vaper is exposed to are over 1,000 times less than what a worker is allowed to be exposed to. Additionally, even the lead author of the study disputes that these findings support a belief that vaping could be as hazardous as smoking.