Smokers Utopia States Argument for E Cigarettes as Cessation Product Following Results of New Polish Study
Smokers Utopia claims that another new study is suggesting that the electronic cigarette may be the future of smoking alternatives
WAVERLY, Tenn., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It is commonly stated that you can't have your cake and eat it too, but the electronic cigarette may break the long held beliefs by the anti-smoking establishment and do away with pharmaceuticals that come in at a dismal 5% success rate or less.
Over the last year new studies, trials and test including the new Polish report have suggested that the electronic cigarette may be superior to any known pharmaceutical remedy or alternative. This may be why major pharmaceutical companies are dumping hundreds of millions into these anti-smoking groups that attack the electronic cigarette amid the mounting scientific evidence supporting the use of the electronic cigarette.
There have been a couple of test that were negative in appearance but lacked substance as a negative and were directly funded by the major drug companies in what appears to be an attempt to break public confidence concerning the electronic cigarette.
"It is our job as the leading electronic cigarette reviews and news sites on the web to inform smokers and the population in general of the facts," states Teresa Peach of Smokers Utopia. "We want the truth, not paid propaganda delivered to the public. Smokers have already taken a lot and now it's their chance to have a better alternative that everyone can live with."
Smokers Utopia is one of the top e cigarette review websites in the United States. Visit their website at http://www.smokersutopia.com/.
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SOURCE Smokers Utopia
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