Intended for healthcare professionals

Rapid response to:

Observations Yankee Doodling

Fuming about e-cigarettes and harm

BMJ 2015; 351 doi: (Published 26 August 2015) Cite this as: BMJ 2015;351:h4634

Rapid Response:

Dr.Rajiv Kumar & Dr.Jagjit Singh: Electronic cigarettes

Previous electronic letters to the editor (responses) of the articles published in The BMJ by Dr.Rajiv Kumar & Dr.Jagjit Singh , on Electronic cigarettes and Vaping including:

Teenagers, smoking, and vaping
Electronic cigarettes - Solution or A big problem.
Re: First TV advertisement for e-cigarettes prompts complaint
Re: E-cigarettes latest: users on the up but rules tighten
Re: Regulation of electronic cigarettes

Re: E-cigarettes: the best and the worst case scenarios for public health—an essay by Simon Chapman

Re: Children are three times as likely to try e-cigarettes as tobacco products, study finds

Competing interests: No competing interests

27 August 2015
Dr.Rajiv Kumar
Professor, Deptt. of Pharmacology,
Dr.Jagjit Singh, Assistant Professor & co author.
Government Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh 160030. INDIA