Cdc Calls Vitamin E ‘Strong Culprit’ in Vaping Crisis

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked the vitamin E acetate additive in vaping products to a spate of illnesses that have killed over 30 people, The New York Times reports.

In a new report, the Cdc called vitamin E acetate a “very strong culprit” in the vaping crisis, noting it was found in fluid samples taken from the lungs of 29 patients who had fallen ill. This year, at least 2,051 people have fallen ill because of vaping, while 39 people have died.

“For the first time, we have detected a potential toxin of concern,
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