Doctor Rama To reveal the latest research from the United States found that "electric cigarette" causes lung cancer in mice to 1 in 4 and more than half found urinary bladder cells implicit in developing cancer. After experiencing the vapors in an e-cigarette containing nicotine for 1 year [Idag] (October 10) Dr. Roerudee Pathanavanich, professor, Department of Social Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi Hospital, said on October 7 the past Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences have published a new research document from the medical faculty. New York University USA under the guidance of Professor Moon-shong Tang, a pathologist What results from this study Found a relationship between electric cigarettes and lung cancer And changes in the urinary bladder cells that indicate that it will develop into cancer cells in mice.
Dr. Rerng Ruedee said that this study used a total of 85 mice to randomize mice into three groups. The first 45 smokers received a steam from 36 mg / ml nicotine liquid water mixed with PG (Propylene glycol) and VG (vegetable glycerin) solution 4 hours a day, 5 days a week. For a total of 54 weeks, the second group used 20 mice, exposed to vapors from PG, VG, which did not contain nicotine. At the same time And the third group was a comparison group that had not been exposed to vapors from e-cigarettes a total of 20 people. During the experiment, 9 mice died due to unfinished conditions. But no cancer cells were detected in these mice. Therefore, 40 mice were left in the first group, 40 in the second group and 1
. "This research team has previously studied the effects of exposure to steam of electric cigarettes in rats. In the short term has come. The first time the rat was exposed to vapors for only 3 months, genetic material or DNA was destroyed in the lung cells. Heart and bladder This study is the first research with And discovered the fact that electric cigarettes are dangerous and at risk of cancer What research shows the dangers of electric cigarettes gradually reveal to the public Including the case of a pneumonia outbreak in the United States, which by October 7, 22 people have died and more than 1,000 patients, and they think most people mistakenly think electronic cigarettes are safer. Ordinary cigarettes, "Dr. Roerudee