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Ecigarettesnational.com Says Claim by FDA and Other Health Organizations Intentionally Misleading
Date:7/28/2009

GAINESVILLE, Fla., July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- As the FDA put out a news release concerning its stance on electronic cigarette products last week, the administration only tested two different brands. What many e-cigarette users say is important about these brands is that they are made by the two manufacturers currently suing the FDA in federal court, Smoking Everywhere and Njoy.

"In comparison to the toxins and carcinogens contained in tobacco cigarettes, the FDA's evidence that the products are dangerous is laughable at best," says Tiffany Ellis, Public Relations Manager of Ecigarettesnational.com. "They only tested two brands and they just happen to be the brands suing them in court. Consider what e-cigarettes don't have in them that tobacco cigarettes do: cadmium, nickel, radioactive Polonium 210, cyanide, butane, arsenic, acetone ... the list goes on into the thousands. And they found ... 1% diethylene glycol in 1 out of 18 cartridges?"

The doctors that performed the studies are also falling under scrutiny, because the public at large knows nothing about them. Who they are, who their past affiliations are, and perhaps most importantly, what their own political leanings are. One of them, Jonathan Samet, M.D., has been railing against anything having to do with smoking since the 1980's. Joshua M. Sharfstein also served as health policy advisor to Congressman Henry A. Waxman, originator of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act signed by President Obama this summer. The bill gives the FDA authority over tobacco products, while at the same time stating that the FDA has absolutely no authority to ban them.

"These aren't unbiased health studies," says Ellis. "They're studies by the same basically bankrupt FDA that can't tell Congress how much more money they need because they can't afford to hire someone to find out how much more they need. They let k
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