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Bbc news – electronic cigarettes challenge anti-smoking efforts

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A new TV advert for a brand of electronic cigarettes marks the first time in decades cigarettes of any sort have been promoted on US television. Anti smoking campaigners fear the rapid growth of tobacco free cigarettes could undermine years of successful anti smoking efforts.

A handsome actor poses and struts on a beach in a stylishly shot black and white television spot. He puts the cigarette to his lips, takes a puff, and exhales a rich flume.

“Blu lets me enjoy smoking without it affecting the people around me, because it’s vapour not tobacco smoke,” says Stephen Dorff, the scruffy heartthrob star of The Immortals.

“We’re all adults here, it’s time we take our freedom back.”

The launch this autumn of the advert for blu eCigs marks a turning point in the fast growing US market for electronic cigarettes, which use an electronic mechanism to warm a liquid nicotine solution and release mist into the lungs.

Most living Americans had never before seen a cigarette advertised on television they were banned in 1971.

But the electronic cigarettes fall outside that law, since they contain no tobacco. That is just one way they fall into what one anti smoking campaigner calls a regulatory “no man’s land”.