Vaping products have been found to be more effective at helping smokers to quit than other nicotine replacement treatments, such as patches and gum. This is according to the results of a recent clinical trial led by Queen Mary University of London.
The study involved almost 900 smokers who also received additional behavioural support, found that 18% of vapers were smoke-free after a year, compared to 9.9% of participants who were using other nicotine replacement therapies.
The study, published in January 2019, is available here.
Key findings include: