“We know there’s a big, bad tobacco industry, and that’s the enemy,” Dr. Glynn said. “But e-cigarettes do not fit that narrative. We are fighting a 2016 insurgency with nuclear weapons from the 1980s. Advocacy is leading the charge, as opposed to science and public health is suffering as a result.”
Anytime we can talk about additional voices and media that are doing the honest work of measuring vaping vs the costs of tobacco harm is a winning day for public health and the millions struggling with smoking.