American researchers reported that there was a breakthrough in research into the mysterious lung disease that affected thousands of people. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports, 29 patients have traces of vitamin E in their lungs.
The makers of illegal evaporating liquids use vitamin E acetate as a kind of adjuvant in their products. A CDC official says the substance is also present in food and skin products and is not dangerous. It highlights a difference between ingestion and inhalation.
In the United States, at least 39 people have died from lung status associated with e-cigarette smoking. More than 2000 people became ill. Although vitamin E is found in 29 samples of the E sample, the CDC emphasizes that further research is needed to make a precise explanation of the cause of lung disease.
Many pulmonologists, including Pauline Dekker, have expressed concerns in recent months. "With normal cigarettes, you only have the first problems when you are 38 years old. E-cigarettes are already responsible for the first deaths."