Do e-cigarettes cause cancer?

Put this new research in your pipe and vape it

Electronic cigarette smoking
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More steam for the anti-vaping movement: A French consumer magazine, National Consumer Institute, reported Monday that e-cigarettes contain "a significant quantity of carcinogenic molecules" in their vapor that have so far gone undetected.

E-cigarettes, those battery-powered devices you see people puffing indoors, use heat to vaporize liquid nicotine, but contain no tobacco and produce no smoke, and thus evade anti-smoking regulation.

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