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Cochrane, a research institute considered something of a benchmark in evidence-based public health interventions, has released an updated review that finds vaping products help adults quit cigarettes more than traditional nicotine replacement therapies, like patches and gums.

Specifically, the authors of the Cochrane report, including Jamie Hartmann-Boyce of Oxford and Nancy Rigotti of Harvard Medical School, concluded that there “was high certainty that quit rates were higher in people randomized to nicotine EC [e-cigarettes] than in those randomized to nicotine replacement therapy.”