Professors sing the praises of vaping as alternative to smoking

They say it replicates the experience without the toxic fumes
e-cigarette

Vaping is better than tobacco for smokers who can’t or won’t quit, say speakers at a drug and alcohol conference in Melbourne.

E-cigarettes or vapes can still contain nicotine, which is addictive, but they do not burn or emit toxic smoke into the lungs, says Queen Mary University's Professor Hayden McRobbie, a keynote speaker.