So it looks as if Electronic Cigarettes may soon be prescribed on the NHS. This means that GPs will be able to help smokers move to a much healthier alternative to tobacco smoking by giving them E-Cigarettes. It looks as if so far kits will cost the NHS £20 each with every smoker costing £10 per week in cartridges. Yet despite this cost large savings will be expected in health care due to many more smokers stopping tobacco smoking. I imagine that they won't be furnishing them with top-of-the-line devices but it will make a good introduction to many new vapers who will come to see that it is not only a healthier alternative, but a better way of living. Many have hailed the possible move as 'brilliant' and hope that it goes through without too much opposition.
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