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Hello, i quit smoking using an e cig im now on zero nicotine after a year i fount this to be the most painless way to quit, first i gave up the 4000+ toxins and now im off the very small amount of nicotine that i was using.
It was so easy for me to quit smoking and start vaping, (i have been on patches and done 2 scripts on champix without any joy in the past ) i have been wondering why the e cig option is not as easy to access as say champix ect.... then i stumbled on this little gem
The eight anti-smoking organizations that have opposed electronic cigarettes and called for their removal from the market pocketed a total of $2.8 million from Big Pharma's Pfizer during 2011 and the first half of 2012, according to figures being released today by The Rest of the Story. Based on financial contribution reports published by Pfizer, the anti-smoking groups that have called for a ban on electronic cigarettes have received millions from the pharmaceutical manufacturer of Chantix/Champix, a smoking cessation product that stands to lose enormously if electronic cigarettes become increasingly popular. These organizations have repeatedly failed to disclose their financial interests in Big Pharma when making statements opposing electronic cigarettes. The numbers compiled by The Rest of the Story are as follows (these represent Pfizer money received by each anti-smoking group during 2011 and the first two quarters of 2012): American Academy of Pediatrics: $720,800 American Cancer Society: $252,750 American Heart Association: $136,000 American Lung Association: $190,250 Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids: $100,000 American Medical Association: $857,500 American Legacy Foundation: $300,000 Action on Smoking and Health: $200,000 GRAND TOTAL: $2,757,300
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