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CDC: Vitamin E Acetate And THC Linked To Vaping Illnesses

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CDC: Vitamin E Acetate And THC Linked To Vaping Illnesses

CDC: Vitamin E Acetate And THC Linked To Vaping Illnesses

Vitamin E acetate, an additive sometimes used in THC and other vaping products, may be to blame for a national outbreak of e-cigarette-related lung injuries that's linked to dozens of deaths, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials.


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