Does Vaping Cause Cancer?

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Assistant professor at UCLA’s pediatric pulmonology department Dr. Eric Hamberger shares that we are starting to see the short-term consequences of vaping, and he suspects we will see more long-term ones in 5-10 years. He shares that the products in vapes are filled with carcinogens, so just because we have not seen a vape user develop cancer yet, doesn’t mean that it’s a big stretch to assume. Plus, Meredith, co-founder of Parents Against Vaping, shares that teens should not be the Guinea pigs for these substances. 

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