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US CDC removed the special topic of e-cigarette lung disease

2020/03/30|Industry news

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finally dropped the electronic smoke lung disease project, which indicates the end of the mysterious lung disease event that caused panic among electronic smoke users all over the world.

According to the latest report, on March 24. blue hole found on the official website of CDC that CDC had removed the topic of lung injury from the front page of the official website, and the cases of electronic atomization injury published on the previous four weeks (later changed to every two weeks) also remained on February 25. which was not updated.

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The subject of electronic atomization lung disease has been removed.

The data update of the special page is on February 25. and it has not been updated for a month.

According to the CDC, the number of emergency department visits continued to decline after the rapid increase of e-atomized lung disease in August 2019 and its peak in September. At present, the final data of the cases caused by the electronic atomization of lung disease remain in 2807 cases, 68 deaths were confirmed.

As of February 18. 2020. a total of 2807 hospitalized evali cases or deaths were reported to CDC in the District of Columbia and two U.S. territories (Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands). 68 deaths have been confirmed in 29 states and the District of Columbia.

According to the final CDC survey in the United States, electronic atomization lung disease is closely related to some black market thc electronic cigarettes added with vitamin E acetate, that is, it is not related to nicotine electronic cigarettes.

As new cases continue to decline since September 2019. and vitamin E acetate has been identified as the main cause of the disease, the CDC said, the news released on February 25 is the CDC's final update on the number of hospitalized electronic atomization cases and deaths nationwide.

CDC believes that the reasons for data decline and decrease may be multi-factor, and may be related to the following reasons:

  • Rapid response due to public health

  • Increased public awareness of the risks associated with the use of electronic aerosols containing THC

  • Vitamin E acetate removed from some products

  • Law enforcement actions related to illegal products

According to sealebia, as the CDC finally removed the topic of electronic atomized lung disease, it indicates that the event that caused panic among users of electronic cigarettes all over the world has come to an end. The final investigation conclusion also proves that electronic cigarettes are seriously injured and misunderstood, but the panic caused by it is hard to be eliminated in a short time.

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