31 October 2021
Ben Spencer and Tom Calver. Source: The Sunday Times
Less than a fortnight ago the World Heart Federation, a respected medical body based in Geneva, warned of a growing epidemic sweeping the globe. Victims’ lungs, heart and brain were put at risk, and the young were particularly susceptible. The source of this health threat? Electronic cigarettes.
The report, written by a panel of cardiologists and academics from the United States, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, called for governments around the world to mount a “determined effort to stop the e-cigarette epidemic in its tracks”.