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ITV Tonight The Rise of the E Cigarette
If you are not doing it yourself, doubtless you know someone who is trying to quit smoking.
What I've discovered in researching E-cigarettes is that many highly-respected experts believe we have the chance of a lifetime to turn the tide on tobacco.
E-cigarettes seem to offer the best opportunity in generations to end our fatal affair with the conventional cigarette - yet there are some big problems.
I found that concerns about the regulation and quality of these devices can be traced all the way back to China, which is where the vast majority are made.
Two manufactures spoke to us about their concerns regarding the lack of quality control standards.
I was amazed to hear how strongly the World Health Organisation is willing to express its reservations about E-cigarettes.
This United Nations health body thinks we need much more safety testing before we start using them.
Closer to home, the authoritative British Medical Association is also unwilling to back the electronic smoking alternative until more is known about long term effects.
Even the NHS website is peppered with warnings that we still don't have proof they can help you quit smoking.
Despite these concerns, so many individuals have told me their stories of quitting the killer weed thanks to E-cigarettes.
Deborah Arnott, chief executive of ASH, said: 'The number of ex-smokers who are staying off tobacco by using electronic cigarettes is growing, showing just what value they can have.
'But the number of people who wrongly believe that vaping is as harmful as smoking is worrying.
Dr Nick Hopkinson, Honorary Medical Adviser to the British Lung Foundation, said: 'Smoking-related diseases kill 100,000 people in the UK every year.
'E-cigarettes are certainly far less harmful than normal cigarettes, so if people can switch completely from smoking tobacco to e-cigarettes that will be an important step to improve their health.