E-Cigs Vapor Alter Cells, Similar to What Tobacco Does
Apr 10, 2014 11:32
Bad news if you thought you could be "healthier" by smoking e-cigarettes instead. Add this to the list of worries that the machine might just blow up in your face. A new cancer study is saying that e-cig vapor alters cells, and in a way not dissimilar to tobacco.
But science isn't a one study subject. It takes lots of testing, and time, before we know what e-cig vapor will do to you. Of course, by then it might just be too late.
The cells exposed to e-cig vapor "showed a similar pattern of gene expression" to those exposed to tobacco smoke. It is unclear if the alterations mean that it causes cancer, but the prognosis doesn't look good either.
"[E-cigarettes] may be safer [than tobacco]," says lung cancer researcher Avrum Spira who led the study, "but our preliminary studies suggest that they may not be benign."
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