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A study evaluating smoking cessation interventions among individuals being treated for Substance-Use Disorder found smoking cessation interventions during addiction treatment led to a 25% increased likelihood of long-term abstinence from alcohol and illicit drugs.
There is substantial evidence that except for nicotine, under typical use conditions, exposure to potentially toxic substances from e-cigarettes is about the same at tobacco cigarettes.
Clinical studies indicate that e-cigarettes deliver modest nicotine concentrations to the inexperienced user, however, experienced e-cigarette users are able to achieve systemic nicotine concentrations similar to those produced from traditional cigarettes.