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Published on 28.05.18 in Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "New Tobacco and Tobacco-Related Products: Early Detection of Product Development, Marketing Strategies, and Consumer Interest"

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  4. Ashley DL, Spears CA, Weaver SR, Huang J, Eriksen MP. E-cigarettes: How can they help smokers quit without addicting a new generation?. Preventive Medicine 2020;:106145
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  5. Schilling L, Schneider S, Karlheim C, Maul H, Tallarek M, Spallek J. Perceived threats, benefits and barriers of e-cigarette use during pregnancy. A qualitative analysis of risk perception within existing threads in online discussion forums. Midwifery 2019;79:102533
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