pocket perfume atomizerfound 32 cases related to e-cigarette products for more than 10 years, among which the submitter mentioned JUUL products," a Juul spokesperson said in an email statement to The Verge. “Although the FDA has not contacted us on this issue, we will pay close attention to any evidence of potential safety issues and work together, because we will continue to combat youth use and eliminate tobacco, which is the world鈥檚 number one preventable cause of death . "In the next few months, the agency found another 32 reports of e-cigarette use related to seizures between 2010 and 2019. Earlier this month, the FDA confirmed 127 cases of seizures or neurological symptoms related to e-cigarettes. The FDA continues to investigate reports of seizures through its safety reporting portal. In addition, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating unknown lung diseases that also appear to be related to e-cigarettes. More than 190 people suffer from unknown diseases. Last week, a patient died after being hospitalized. On Wednesday, "USA Today" published an article pointing out the link between Juul and other e-cigarettes and lung diseases. "Many patients are taking nicotine and THC," Juul told USA Today in a statement. "We must also ensure that illegal products, such as counterfeit products, imitation products, and those that provide controlled substances, are kept away from the market." />

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Bloomberg reported on Thursday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating a possible link between seizures and e-cigarette use, which involves three cases of Juul use. Bloomberg contacted FDA officials in mid-October 2018, who gave details of the three cases. The FDA found that "there is no evidence of causation, but at least it is related to Juul." Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, wrote to former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. According to Bloomberg News, in an interview, Zeller stated that the FDA had failed to confirm that the use of Juul was related to two of the three initially reported cases of seizures. "We know that their initial report found 32 cases related to e-cigarette products for more than 10 years, among which the submitter mentioned JUUL products," a Juul spokesperson said in an email statement to The Verge. “Although the FDA has not contacted us on this issue, we will pay close attention to any evidence of potential safety issues and work together, because we will continue to combat youth use and eliminate tobacco, which is the world鈥檚 number one preventable cause of death . "In the next few months, the agency found another 32 reports of e-cigarette use related to seizures between 2010 and 2019. Earlier this month, the FDA confirmed 127 cases of seizures or neurological symptoms related to e-cigarettes. The FDA continues to investigate reports of seizures through its safety reporting portal. In addition, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating unknown lung diseases that also appear to be related to e-cigarettes. More than 190 people suffer from unknown diseases. Last week, a patient died after being hospitalized. On Wednesday, "USA Today" published an article pointing out the link between Juul and other e-cigarettes and lung diseases. "Many patients are taking nicotine and THC," Juul told USA Today in a statement. "We must also ensure that illegal products, such as counterfeit products, imitation products, and those that provide controlled substances, are kept away from the market.FDA investigates possible link between Juul e-cigarettes and seizures

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FDA investigates possible link between Juul e-cigarettes and seizures

FDA investigates possible link between Juul e-cigarettes and seizures

FDA investigates possible link between Juul e-cigarettes and seizures

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Bloomberg reported on Thursday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating a possible link between seizures and e-cigarette use, which involves three cases of Juul use. Bloomberg contacted FDA officials in mid-October 2018, who gave details of the three cases. The FDA found that "there is no evidence of causation, but at least it is related to Juul." Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, wrote to former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. According to Bloomberg News, in an interview, Zeller stated that the FDA had failed to confirm that the use of Juul was related to two of the three initially reported cases of seizures. "We know that their initial report found 32 cases related to e-cigarette products for more than 10 years, among which the submitter mentioned JUUL products," a Juul spokesperson said in an email statement to The Verge. “Although the FDA has not contacted us on this issue, we will pay close attention to any evidence of potential safety issues and work together, because we will continue to combat youth use and eliminate tobacco, which is the world鈥檚 number one preventable cause of death . "In the next few months, the agency found another 32 reports of e-cigarette use related to seizures between 2010 and 2019. Earlier this month, the FDA confirmed 127 cases of seizures or neurological symptoms related to e-cigarettes. The FDA continues to investigate reports of seizures through its safety reporting portal. In addition, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating unknown lung diseases that also appear to be related to e-cigarettes. More than 190 people suffer from unknown diseases. Last week, a patient died after being hospitalized. On Wednesday, "USA Today" published an article pointing out the link between Juul and other e-cigarettes and lung diseases. "Many patients are taking nicotine and THC," Juul told USA Today in a statement. "We must also ensure that illegal products, such as counterfeit products, imitation products, and those that provide controlled substances, are kept away from the market.

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