Vitamin E Acetate a 'strong culprit' in vaping related illnesses and deaths: CDC

Officials have identified Vitamin E Acetate as a "strong culprit" in the vaping-related lung injuries that left thousands sick and 39 people dead.
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Transcript for Vitamin E Acetate a 'strong culprit' in vaping related illnesses and deaths: CDC
A possible breakthrough in the investigation into what is causing the recent outbreak of illnesses. Related to big aping a government lab identified bite him and he hesitate in the big thing fluid of many of the people who've gotten sick. But experts say it is safe as a supplement oh when used on the skin. But inhaling droplets can be harmful more than 2000 Americans have become sick after using electronic cigarettes at least forty have died.

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