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What The Study Did: This study investigated how Canadian provincial bans on electronic cigarette sales to minors were associated with changes in their e-cigarette use.
Author: Hai V. Nguyen, Ph.D., of Memorial University of Newfoundland, in St. John’s, Canada, is the corresponding author.
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