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Michael Russell and Murray Jarvik, two pioneers of smoking-cessation research in the 1970s, would probably have welcomed the development of the electronic cigarette or "personal nicotine vaporizer".So far, none of this has occurred, largely because nicotine is viewed as a highly addictive and toxic substance, with even smokers hesitating to try nicotine replacement therapy or the personal nicotine vaporizer for this reason.But nicotine is only partly responsible for tobacco dependence. That may be why personal nicotine vaporizer user surveys suggest that nicotine is less addictive in its vaporized form.With minimal health risks compared to tobacco smoking, personal nicotine vaporizers face only one real barrier to use: the willingness of smokers to switch.If smokers are willing to accept personal nicotine vaporizers as a viable option, high-risk tobacco use could become a thing of the past.Indeed, an increasing number of scientific publications show that personal nicotine vaporizer use is much safer than smoking tobacco.That makes personal nicotine vaporizers the ideal solution.
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