Controversy surrounds E-cigarettes

[KSTP TV, January 01, 0001] Businesses are popping up around the Twin Cities metro selling e-cigarettes. They're touted as safer than real cigarettes and even a tool to quit smoking. But Allina Health smoking cessation expert Karina DiLuzio told KSTP News that while e-cigarettes may not be as bad the real thing, they still have known carcinogens, they are not designed to help you quit smoking and are not regulated.

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