What’s the Relationship Between Teen Vaping and Cigarette Smoking? Consultant360 Interviews Cassandra Stanton

Cassandra Stanton, Ph.D., a Westat senior epidemiologist, was recently interviewed by Consultant360 to discuss her recent paper about teen vaping and cigarette smoking.  The paper, Longitudinal E-cigarette and Cigarette Use Among U.S. Youth in the PATH Study (2013-2015), was published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The paper presents models that show teen ever-use of e-cigarettes predicted future cigarette use 1 year later.

In the question-and-answer (Q&A) session, Dr. Stanton discusses the findings and more with Consultant360: Q&A: The Transition Between Vaping and Cigarettes in Teens

To learn more, contact Dr. Stanton.

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