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Campaign to legalise 'vaping' in Australia boosted by US study -

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Although the scientific community is split over whether e-cigarettes really work to help people quit smoking, and whether they're safe, the world's largest study into their use has strengthened arguments in favour of the devices.

The University of California study comes as a campaign gains momentum to legalise so-called 'vaping' in Australia, where the nicotine fluids are classed as poison.


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Alison Paul, 'vaper' and former smoker
Tim Stockwell, former director, National Drug Research Institute
Simon Chapman, University of Sydney