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A 2013 study published in the online edition of The Lancet found that Vaporizer are at least as effective as nicotine patches in helping people to stop smoking.
The research by the University of Auckland in New Zealand was only the second controlled trial to be published evaluating e-cigarettes, and the first to assess whether e-cigarettes are more or less effective than nicotine patches in helping people give up smoking.
It found that 7.3% of those who had used nicotine-containing e-cigarettes had successfully quit at the end of a 6-month period compared with 5.8% who had used nicotine patches.
The authors concluded that while this was not statistically significant, e-cigarettes may be a more useful quitting tool as smokers generally preferred them over patches.