I’v been smoking for the last 17 years, been smoking 1.5 packs a day. It’s been an integral part of my life. I wanted to stop but deep down i didn’t see myself permanently quit ever. I’v tried quitting several times and failed, i even tried nicoret gum. At first when starting e-cig my motivation was purely financial, but as time passed i started to feel much better. I can actually breath properly for the first time in years. No more coughing when i wake up. My sense of smell is back. Been vaping for the last 9 months and i’m really happy with it, happy to vape and happy not smoking. At the current state of the vaping market, prohibiting sales will not stop the sales, it will just force people to spend more resources and buy lower grade products. I’ve read that the FDA concluded that e-cig can not be compared directly to e-cig concerning health risks, but that’s exactly what should be done because most of those people that are vaping now, will go back to smoking normal cigarettes, if not given the ability to vape anymore. You need to consider whats worst, proven critical health risks from cigarettes or unproven risks from e-cigs. I understand it’s a hard research, given the fact that most of your test subjects have already accumulated years of damage from normal cigarettes before switching to e-cig, but you had 10 years to do so.