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The National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training in the U.K. has released a briefing for stop smoking services, a practical guide about e-cigarettes for people assisting smokers to quit, based on real world experience and the latest research. Two of the trustees of the NNA (UK), Lorrien Jollye and Sarah Jakes, were involved as reviewers on the project, along with Australia's Wayne Hall, Professor and Director, Centre for Youth Substance Abuse Research at The University of Queensland.

Read the full document here: Electronic cigarettes: A briefing for stop smoking services