The latest false news on electronic cigarettes

The latest false news about the risks to consumers of electronic cigarettes goes beyond the imagination in order to discredit them.

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This week, the "news site" Infossip ran an article claiming that a 17-year-old teen named Frank Delio of Texas had contracted cancer after an 11-month "smoking e-cigarette" experience. This marks a new rhetoric in fictional stories created by those who prefer to see smokers continue to exist than blowers.

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Given the lack of activity in Infossip's Facebook and Twitter accounts, and that the website is now inaccessible, it all points to the false nature of the story. This is aggravated by the lack of detail in the article, an accompanying image stolen from an article about Syria (see below the original image) and the lack of any record in the official Texas list of obituaries. In fact, the only record of a death is that of a man of 73 years of age in 2010. The site is also the source of an article made regarding rapper DMX and illegal dog fighting.

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