Study Finds Vaping Causes DNA Changes Similar to Those Associated With Cancer

April 20th, 2020

A new study finds that people who use e-cigarettes have changes in their DNA that could be cancer-causing, similar to the DNA changes found in cigarette smokers. Scientists believe the changes are due to exposure to the cancer-causing chemicals present in cigarette and vape smoke. 

These findings add to a growing list of health issues linked to vaping. 

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