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Kelly Naschke

E cigarette implies the nicotine variety although the article mentions the THC variety. Which one was it?

Kelly Naschke

According to KPRC News it was THC in case anyone else was wondering.

Jim Forsythe

Kelly, E cigarette are not like they use to be. It is hard to keep up with the changes.

October 07, 2019 01:26 pm News Staff – The CDC said the latest findings from its investigation into lung injury associated with e-cigarette use, or vaping, indicate that among cases for which information on substances used in these products was available, tetrahydrocannabinol-containing products (or a combination of THC- and nicotine-containing products) were used by more than three-quarters of people affected by the outbreak.

Specifically, patients with cases of lung injury associated with vaping had

a history of e-cigarette use or "dabbing" (i.e., vaping concentrated marijuana) within 90 days before symptom onset;

imaging studies that showed lung injury;

no evidence of infection (confirmed cases) or infection not thought to be the sole cause of the lung injury or infectious disease testing not performed (probable cases); and an absence of alternative plausible diagnoses

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