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Latin American Medical Institution Endorses E-Cigarettes: "Clearly Safer Than Traditional Cigarettes"

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Latin American Doctors Support E-Cigarettes: E-cigarettes are safer than traditional cigarettes and provide a reduced-risk option for adult smokers. A report released by RELDAT, the Latin American Tobacco Harm Reduction Association, confirms that e-cigarettes are undeniably safer than traditional cigarettes. RELDAT is an organization comprised of medical professionals from countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil, Chile, and more, committed to promoting successful tobacco harm reduction policies.

The report released by the Latin American Tobacco Harm Reduction Association (RELDAT) demonstrates that electronic cigarettes are undeniably safer than traditional cigarettes, providing a reduced-risk option for adult smokers. RELDAT, an organization consisting of medical professionals from countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil, Chile, and more, is dedicated to promoting the successful implementation of harm reduction policies related to tobacco consumption.

While electronic cigarettes are not entirely harmless, the harmful substances they produce are significantly lower than those found in traditional tobacco. They can provide nicotine to smokers, but in a less harmful form, as the aerosol they generate contains nearly 98-99% fewer compounds detectable in tobacco smoke,” explained Dr. Hugo Cabrallero, a pulmonologist, interventional pulmonologist, and Director of Pulmonary Services at the Mali Clinic.

Dr. Cabrallero also pointed out, “People often mistakenly believe that the toxicity of electronic cigarettes is due to their nicotine content. However, the scientific community has rigorously confirmed on multiple occasions that nicotine is not the cause of lung cancer or other tobacco-related diseases. With stricter regulation of these products and advancements in their technology, new products with even lower risks than the current ones may be introduced.”

The report further explains that tobacco smoke generated by combustion contains approximately 7,000 detected compounds, including hundreds of known toxic compounds like carbon monoxide, and 70 known carcinogens. In contrast, the aerosol produced by electronic cigarettes has significantly lower toxicity and complexity.

Researchers from the Institute of Nuclear Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Sussman Boston University) suggest that the aerosol from electronic cigarettes consists of liquid particles with very low chemical toxicity.

The report states that electronic cigarettes can assist adults in quitting smoking. Every smoker should aim to quit smoking entirely, and various methods, including medications, nicotine replacement therapy, and psychological support, can be employed. However, in most Latin American countries, healthcare systems do not provide these options to smokers, and this must change in the future. In the meantime, over time, electronic cigarettes can fulfill this role, helping smokers quit.

The entire report underscores the role of electronic cigarettes in combating adult smoking. It also emphasizes that only when doctors and health associations are involved in the formulation of public health policies can the current situation change, with decisions based on scientific evidence that benefits patients, particularly smokers.


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