Oklahoma researchers receive grant to study effects of e-cigarette use

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OKLAHOMA CITY – In the wake of several patients being diagnosed with lung injuries following e-cigarette use, a local health center has received funding to investigate the effects of e-cigarette use on the human body. Presbyterian Health Foundation announced that it awarded $75,000 to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center to help fund research into the effects of e-cigarette use. Researchers say they are investigating how electronic cigarette use might damage DNA and cause mutations in humans. They say […]
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