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Christine 10h
Isn't it strange no vaping illnesses in Alaska?! Lots of vapers there too🤔
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Stacy Harrison 13h
THERE YOU GO PEOPLE - MENTHOL CIGARETTES ARE FINALLY ENTERING THE PROHIBITION FIELD. NOW ARE WE ALL MAD OR WHAT?!?! (THC) to end ! Flavored nicotine SAVES LIVES AND HAS FOR DECADES; 95% SAFER THAN CIGS PER UK!
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Chriss Bristow 20h
Will there be a senate hearing on how the and FDA misled the american people on the cause? They've known for months it was blackmarket thc weed pens yet kept telling the media it was nicotine liquids. Sleeping with ?
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The Lancet Respiratory Medicine Nov 9
@UoR and have developed an algorithm to serve as a practical guide to help clinicians diagnose and treat
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SRNT Basic Science Network 8m
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BreatheBeckyBreathe Nov 8
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ToxJock Nov 10
Acute lung injury from - 55% of patients required ICU admission. Fatality rate ~3% where ALI may have been contributory. study
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David Downs Nov 8
Fam, we've updated our FAQ with the latest numbers and findings. More than 2,000 sick, 39 dead. The now concurs with reporting from Sept. 6 that vitamin E oil is "the main culprit of concern." . Thread below.
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Rose Marie Leslie, MD Nov 12
E-cigarette and Vaping Associated Lung Injury- under the microscope
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Stacy Harrison Nov 10
Just a LOT of PEOPLE protesting for our FREEDOM to VAPE flavored nicotine! DIDN'T CAUSE BTW, that was fillers like Vitamin E Acetate & MCT Oil in cannabis & street market!
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Chriss Bristow Nov 12
It's about time to let the go. His deceptions on the cases are evident between his "official" twitter and his personal twitter are very telling. One claiming no tissue samples and the other the opposite.
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Chriss Bristow Nov 8
CDC FINALLY announced today suggesting main culprit in lung illnesses is likely vitamin E acetate. most of the patients have reported buying their products from "informal" sources/illicit market
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Fig Ramsey Oct 16
LUMPING under the moniker won't save elected officials from the growing evidence that they are lying. ignores the growing that is KILLING people.
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Sanjay Mukhopadhyay Nov 5
The paper is focused on the lung biopsy findings in 8 people who developed a lung illness after vaping. All 8 vaped THC. One individual died; he was dabbing
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Wissam Abouzgheib 18h
First encounter with probable ecig or vaping associated lung injury
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Sanjay Mukhopadhyay Nov 8
Here’s where we are as of 11/8 1/ ✅ Most cases of have occurred in people who vaped illicit THC ✅ We already knew illicit THC vapes contained vitamin E acetate (and pesticides etc) ✅ This CDC update tells us vitamin E acetate was found in “lung fluid samples” aka BAL
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Talmage Egan, MD Oct 29
The experts suspect that “cutting” agents introduced into the supply chain may be responsible for the newly recognized illness linked to vaping because the 1600+ cases in the USA have only been reported recently. This is getting interesting!
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SC E-CIGARETTE LLC Nov 9
vali. We demand a reclassification of your devastating acronym . is perpetrating a fraud against the American People by not recognizing the true nature of the outbreak in the topline description.
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Missouri Vote Oct 15
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Brett C. Nov 12
Hoping that or can answer: Do we have ANY evidence that ANY ENDS products contain vitamin E acetate? The page references "e-cigarette" and "e-liquid", both of which are ENDS nomenclature. Thanks in advance! 🙂
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