Study shows e-cigarettes tied to cancer

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(WTHR) — A new study links e-cigarettes to lung cancer, according to the University of Minnesota.

Researchers found that the chemicals in 'vaping' may damage the DNA in your mouth, which increases the risk for mouth and throat cancers.

Nine million Americans currently use e-cigarettes and many anti-smoking advocates say e-cigarettes are not a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes.

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