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Right To Vape is an international database and repository. It contains testimonials of adults who have switched from combustible and unsafe oral tobacco products to safer nicotine alternatives.

My mother (a life long smoker) died of lung cancer at age sixty-seven. My brother smoked for 43 years and then tried every pharmaceutical smoking cessation device/drug he could find to enable him to quit. He suicided a few months after trying a well known anti-smoking drug. I smoked 1 to 2 packs per day for 48 years. I wanted to quit, but dealing firsthand with what happened to my brother, I didn’t/don’t trust the FDA or the drugs they deem safe. I tried to quit on my own, but like my coffee, I need my nicotine. In July of 2010 a relative showed me an e-cig she got at a 7-11 store. I started researching them immediately. Within a month I ordered my first e-cigarette kit. I quit the day I tried the kit for the first time, 8/22/10. I have been smoke free ever since. It was that easy. I still get my nicotine, and over the last year I’ve even lowered the amount I need. I get the hand to mouth muscle memory I’ve been used to since I was 12 years old. I can breathe normally now. I have more energy and feel healthy. My doctor has no problem with my using an e-cigarette. Unfortunately, I live in California and there is bill that I fear will soon be passed which will label me as still smoking and force me to use my e-cigarette in places only designated for smokers, thus I’ll be inhaling smoke (albeit secondhand) once again.