• Scientific evidence shows that vaping has the same harmful impact as conventional tobacco

  • Vaping devices are becoming more and more established among teenagers, almost 60% admit to having tried them

  • If young people start using electronic cigarettes at age 15, they could develop lung cancer at 30-35

New tobacco products such as vapes are increasingly They are gaining ground among adolescents from 13 to 18 years olda situation that worries specialists since, although there is still a lack of more scientific evidence, There is “sufficient data” that vaping “has the same harmful impact as conventional tobacco” and, as pointed out by the medical oncologist and the scientific secretary of the Spanish Lung Cancer Group (GECP), Dr. Bartomeu Masutti, the consumption of vaping devices could cause lung cancer in 15 years, just as happens with conventional tobacco.