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Local vaping groups lauded the latest study conducted by researchers from University College London showing that the use of electronic cigarettes may help between 50,000 and 70,000 smokers in England quit every year.“The results of the UCL study affirm the findings of Public Health England and many other independent expert studies, which show that e-cigarette use is associated with improved quit smoking success rates and an accelerated drop in smoking rates across the United Kingdom,” said Vishal Daswani, vice president of the Philippine E-Cigarette Industry Association.