The Replica project team activity and the results of the studies on the reduced cytotoxicity and inflammation induced by cigarette smoke and ENDS aerosol will be presented during the XVI edition of the Congress of the Italian Federation of Life Sciences (FISV), which represents over 10.0000 Italian scientists and which will take place from 14 to 16 September 2022 in Naples
The prestigious American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine published a comment by researchers from CoEHAR and the University of Messina regarding a US studies that concluded that “former and current e-cigarette use was associated with higher odds of developing wheezing-related respiratory symptoms”. According to the Italian authors “the significance of the findings needs careful review”.
In a recently published paper, “Health protection, public policies for smoking cessation and regulation of electronic cigarettes in Brazil and the UK: a study of comparative public law”, by Costanza Nicolosi, expert in the economics of legal regulation and Ph.D. in law, the author analyzes the legal approach taken by two countries, UK and Brazil, in e-cigarettes’ regulation, marketing, and production
Professor Riccardo Polosa discuss in an interview on Medical Tribune the results of his study: heated tobacco products produce fewer exacerbations and better quality of life in COPD patients compared to conventional cigarettes.
According to a study lead by CoEHAR of the University of Catania, the e-liquids used in electronic cigarettes have antibacterial properties effective on different pathogens