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  • Dana Ferrante

    Production Manager

    Photo of Dana Ferrante, a young white woman with long brown hair and an undercut. She smiles, wears purple glasses, and a sand-colored shirt.

    Dana Ferrante is production manager for BU Today, The Brink, and Bostonia, and produces BU Today’s award-winning, biweekly podcast Question of the Week. She is also a Metropolitan College MLA candidate in gastronomy, and can be reached at dferr@bu.edu. Profile

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There is 1 comment on Can Vaping Help You Quit Smoking?

  1. Vaping enabled me to stop smoking ten years ago. I have not had a cigarette since then. My chronically congested lungs and cough cleared almost immediately. I no longer get sick every winter. I got my health back by quitting cigarettes through vaping.

    The travesty I see happening is the tendency of regulatory authorities to approve disposables, which are trashy landfill that often contain way too high a concentration of nicotine. With open systems, which I started with and still use, you can drop your nicotine level as your dependency decreases.

    Vaping is not meant to be a fun sport for teenagers. Vape supplies are not allowed to be sold to underage consumers. But tell me what population of teens will not include risk takers who want to break the rules. We cannot make the world a padded playpen for teens to the detriment of adults who would like to try vaping to stop smoking.

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