That's the question we all want to answer. 

It's 95% less harmful than smoking tobacco, but we don't know for sure what the effects are in 10-20 years. That's what we're trying to find out.

Over 3 million people in the UK use vapes. Everyone has an opinion on them, but there isn’t enough data to support those opinions yet.

The E-Cigarette Registry is a database of health data collected from people who have quite smoking both with and without switching to vaping. The purpose of the database is to help researchers answer their questions about e-cigarettes.

At the moment we are looking for adults (16+) in the UK who have tried to quit tobacco at least once. If you think this could be you, click below to find out more.
Researchers need to know key things like if vaping affects your risk of getting cancer, or if it has a health affect after a few years that we don't know about yet. 
We want to use data which is already being collected and link it together to create a resource for researchers. It’s an efficient way to use data without making lots of work for doctors and nurses, and for you.
We'll send you relevant and exciting updates on progress. Your data will not be shared or used for another purpose.
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