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What E-Cig Experts predict For Vaping Future in 2017

Using e-cigarettes, or vaping as it is now more commonly known, has helped millions of people get off the smokes and onto a healthier alternative to try and kick the habit. It is a multi-million dollar industry and has recently seen a massive surge in both variety and popularity in a relatively short space of time.

Our friends at the Ashtray Blog have asked 15 e-cig experts about vaping’s future in 2017 and you might be surprised by some answers! Thoughts from scientists, public health, a documentary maker, vape activists, trade organisations, consumer organisations, bloggers and more.

The more interested we've found are listed below, to read the full prediction please visit Ashtray Blog 

Clive Bates: Former director of Action and Smoking in Health


“Trump will offer a silver lining for American vapers; the U.S. market will come back from the brink of an apocalypse.”

 


Alex Clark: Legislative Coordinator, CASAA Consumer Advocates for Smoke-Free Alternatives Association


“FDA regulations are living on borrowed time… 2017 is the year that we start fighting back.”

 


Prof JF Etter: Over 18 years of conducting smoking etiology, prevention and cessation research, including some of the first e-cig studies to be conducted


“In 2017, we will see the expansion of new products developed by the tobacco industry”

 


Aaron Biebart: Aaron is the director of the docufilm, A Billion Lives


“#abillionlives: 2017 will be the turning point in this war”

 


In Conclusion

One thing that won’t change in 2017 is attacks on the disruptive e-cig industry, financed by bodies threatened by the success of the device.

The FDA regulations could wipe out 99% of vaping products in the US. But will the government impose legislation that will annoy 10% of the US adult population?

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