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Medical associations decried as fake news claims that e-cigarettes and vapes are healthier alternatives to regular cigarettes.

Dr. Michael Caampued of the Philippine Society of Public Health Physicians, in a news release on Monday, said it’s dangerous to brand the novel products as helpful to those who want to stop cigarette smoking while there are still no high-quality evidence to back the claim.

“E-cigarettes and vapes should not immediately be viewed as healthier alternatives to cigarettes,” he said.