July 30, 2009

According to the American Cancer Society, the Food and Drug Administration(FDA)  reported that E-Cigarettes may contain toxins and could therefore cause drug injuries.

The E-Cigarettes, or electronic cigarettes, were sold as a method of smoking cessation. However, the FDA says even E-Cigarettes have toxins. A toxin thought to be present in E-Cigarettes is diethylene glycol, a chemical found in antifreeze.

In a sample of 18 types of E-Cigarettes, half of them contained impurities and cancer-causing substances.

E-Cigarettes could cause drug injuries such as cancer due to the substances in them. Texans who use E-Cigarettes could be at risk for Texas drug injuries.

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The Texas drug injury lawyers at Ferrer Poirot Feller Daniel can help if you suffered a drug injury.