This title can be found above various articles in the media after the "outbreak" of a mysterious lung disease. I have put some links below this document, you can use these links to find out about the state of affairs after the first publications. The articles are in English because the research is done in America, for example by the FDA. In the meantime, a survey is being conducted in the Netherlands, asking you to report complaints that are due to the use of e-cigarettes. So far, 3 reports have been published. It remains a bit strange that after 10 years of vaping, there are suddenly "acute" cases suffering from the aforementioned lung disease. Of course, if you compare the numbers to the number of steams, it is still minimal. There was one person in the Netherlands who suddenly coughed up blood after smoking her daughter's cigarette. I don't think this person was using a product that has nothing to do with normal vapor or something is wrong. The fact that this was also found to be a "borrowed" product raises questions. In addition, according to the FDA, it is likely that the cause is illicit liquids containing THC and vitamin E acetate, a weight loss agent, in short, nothing is certain at this time. Nevertheless, the messages are being conveyed as if vaping is already associated with great risks. I'm sticking with the English studies, which have been extensive and also numerous. England, forget Brexit for a moment, is the world leader in the field of medical research. It's going too far for me to talk of a conspiracy, but it's safe to say that there are authorities and/or organisations that seem almost happy to have something that promotes vaping into the fucking corner.