I have been smoking a variety of cigarette products going on 41 years. I started smoking roll your own at the age of nine, I smoked Marlboro and Camel’s until I was into my early twenties. from then on I smoked menthol Kool’s and Newports. I tried to first quit smoking at the age of 31 because I was having problems walking stairs and hiking which I loved to do. I tried patches which only do not work but make you want to crave more I went to gum and after 3 months was able to quit after 3 month for a year. I started driving trucks got bored and ended up smoking again. I tried to back to gum but it had skyrocketed in price to that equivalent to the price of cigarettes and higher. I thought of all the indignity of it all. the government wants us to quit smoking but allows price hiking and taxes gum I ended up chewing. Back in 2012 I discovered vapor products with nicotine. Not was I able to bring down my nicotine intake, but I was able to walk and even run up stairs without gagging my lungs out. If the FDA screws this one up I most certainly will go back to cigarettes. At present I puff on my vapor machine 3 to 6 times a day, before I was smoking 1.5 to 2 packs a day. another bonus is that I don’t have to worry about inhaling carbon byproducts known to the FDA and scientific public at large to be carcinogenic. What is the FDA going to do, act smart and leave the vapor community alone or screw this one u0p too. By the way, I don’t smoke e-cigarettes, I use a vaporizer for which I can buy different configurations to suit my taste. And by the way I am just as healthy as a nonsmoker now or damn near close to it.