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Eugene Gu, MD
 @eugenegu
I wrote about lipoid pneumonia and Vitamin E acetate as well as other possible causes of the e-cigarette or vaping associated lung injuries (EVALI) that the CDC is finally announcing today. The problem is the black market. The solution is to legalize weed. https://t.co/NI3z3veXda
08 Nov, 07:23 PM UTC
Breaking911
@Breaking911
BREAKING: New evidence points to vitamin E oil found in bootleg THC vape products being behind at least some of 2,000-plus severe vaping-related lung injuries and dozens of deaths nationwide — a finding the CDC calls a "breakthrough" in the investigation - NBC
08 Nov, 08:21 PM UTC
Dr. Moira Gilchrist
 @DrGilchrist
Vitamin E acetate found in lung fluid of vaping-related patients CDC announces *breakthrough* finding... ...just about 3-months after everyone else started shouting “it’s the oil” Unbelievable. Really tragic waste of time. https://t.co/Yltp8ZrtME
08 Nov, 06:10 PM UTC
The New York Times
 @nytimes
Breaking News: The CDC identified a “very strong culprit” in vaping-related lung illnesses: vitamin E acetate, an ingredient added to THC-based products https://t.co/sbziv690r6
08 Nov, 06:11 PM UTC
CDC
 @CDCgov
CDC found vitamin E acetate, an additive in some THC-containing products, in all lung fluid samples from 29 patients w/ e-cigarette, or vaping, product use associated lung injury. Avoid THC-containing products, esp from informal sources. https://t.co/rm5O0Lz8xu @CDCgov's photo on vitamin e
08 Nov, 06:10 PM UTC
Megan McArdle
 @asymmetricinfo
CDC confirms what everyone has suspected for months: the vaping disease crisis stems from vitamin E acetate in illegal vape products. https://t.co/6cSmTeYodZ Meanwhile, the main policy response has been to ban legal vaping products that don't contain vitamin E acetate.
08 Nov, 09:35 PM UTC
CNN Breaking News
 @cnnbrk
Vitamin E, in combination with THC, could be behind the vaping illness that's sickened more than 2,000 people and killed dozens, the CDC says https://t.co/SmlMNnRwYP @cnnbrk's photo on vitamin e
08 Nov, 06:18 PM UTC
Vapor Technology Association
@VaporTechAssoc
BIG NEWS DAY. CDC Finally Confirms link between Vitamin E Acetate and black market THC products...only. https://t.co/JXlp5NCVBD
08 Nov, 08:57 PM UTC
Jacob Sullum
 @jacobsullum
A new CDC study reinforces the suspicion that vitamin E acetate, an additive found in black-market cannabis products, is playing an important role in vaping-related lung injuries. https://t.co/Yi2fITPQNa
08 Nov, 09:12 PM UTC
Beau LaFave
 @BeauMattLaFave
Vaping illnesses linked to vitamin E, THC e-Cigs, and the black market... color me shocked! @GovWhitmer We probably shouldn't be banning the legal smoking alternatives considering the black market ones are 9x more dangerous #VapeBan https://t.co/6KFgx3oOho
08 Nov, 08:52 PM UTC
CNN
 @CNN
Vitamin E acetate, in combination with THC, has been identified as a "strong culprit" in the outbreak of e-cigarette-related lung injuries, according to officials from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://t.co/Y8IPSwQhNN
08 Nov, 07:00 PM UTC
K. Farsalinos
@FarsalinosK
"Breakthrough" finding from the CDC that we support for 2 months now. Testing 29 lung tissue samples from patients with "Vaping-related" disease, they found vitamin E acetate in 100% of cases. But 11% of cases reported use of nicotine only (false reports) https://t.co/LUNzt2Bw6b
08 Nov, 08:45 PM UTC
CNN
 @CNN
Vitamin E acetate, an additive sometimes used in THC and other vaping products, may be to blame for a national outbreak of e-cigarette-related lung injuries that's linked to dozens of deaths, according to CDC officials https://t.co/RGtmZdhCkk
09 Nov, 12:38 AM UTC
Jim Amato
@TekJim
You have to get to paragraph 7 before they mention it is only found in black market vaping products. https://t.co/6Nk2IdPsad
08 Nov, 10:41 PM UTC
Lifehacker
 @lifehacker
The CDC just confirmed vitamin E acetate is its prime suspect in the vaping illness: https://t.co/SfVyIQhvTZ @lifehacker's photo on vitamin e
08 Nov, 07:40 PM UTC
Felicia Gans
 @FeliciaGans
1. The CDC coordinated with health officials from 10 different states (not including Mass.) to test specimens from 29 patients that had vaping-related illnesses. Vitamin E acetate was found in all 29 samples.
08 Nov, 05:13 PM UTC
Felicia Gans
 @FeliciaGans
3. @NaomiMartin asked whether there's evidence of Vitamin E found in regulated products from state-licensed marijuana dispensaries. @CDCgov Principal Deputy Director Anne Schuchat said there are "a few" anecdotal cases but most illnesses are linked to informally sourced products.
08 Nov, 05:13 PM UTC
NBC News
 @NBCNews
New evidence points to Vitamin E oil as the cause behind some of the severe vaping-related injuries nationwide, CDC says. https://t.co/NgrRK7HXZP
09 Nov, 02:01 AM UTC
Steven Lundgren
@love4thegameAK
BREAKING: New evidence points to vitamin E oil found in bootleg THC vape products being behind at least some of 2,000-plus severe vaping-related lung injuries and dozens of deaths nationwide. H/T @CoryGroshek https://t.co/ygRUcNAuSD
08 Nov, 09:18 PM UTC
Naomi Martin
 @NaomiMartin
This breakthrough was gleaned through testing lung tissue samples from patients w/ vaping-related illnesses from 10 states- all 29 had vitamin E acetate present. Other suspected contaminants weren't found.
08 Nov, 05:25 PM UTC
ohmlife_buc
@OhmlifeB
It’s Funny Now That All These News Agencies Are Rushing To Report What The @CDCgov “Released” Today, With All The Lives That Was Lost Because Of The Vitamin E Acetate Black Market THC Pods, When The Entire #vapecommunity Was Screaming And Tagging......
08 Nov, 10:12 PM UTC
NYT Health
@NYTHealth
For the first time, the CDC has identified Vitamin E acetate, a compound used as an additive in THC-based vaping products, as a very strong culprit causing some of the lung injuries in more than 2,000 people.  https://t.co/XWHdgHMz13
09 Nov, 01:33 AM UTC
Erin Brodwin ⚡
 @erbrod
What's the deal with vitamin E acetate, you ask? It's a liquid. It only turns into a vapor at very high temperatures. People sometimes vape at lower temperatures than that, meaning the liquid—rather than the vapor—can enter the lungs and cause harm.
08 Nov, 06:10 PM UTC
Deedee Sun
 @DeedeeKIRO7
#BREAKING: Vaping lung illness found to likely be tied with vitamin E acetate. @WADeptHealth just put this out - asking all cannabis retailers *immediately stop selling products containing it. Also for processors to stop adding it to vapor products. @KIRO7Seattle @DeedeeKIRO7's photo on vitamin e
09 Nov, 01:26 AM UTC
Susan
@SassyG8tor
"A study of fluid taken from the lungs of 29 patients found all of them had signs of vitamin E acetate." It's being used to cut and dilute black market vape products. When you buy your concentrates, make sure they're legit. Lawmakers need to just fucking #LegalizeIt already! https://t.co/KYq2gOoEIP
09 Nov, 01:00 AM UTC
EVCigarettes.com
@EVCigarettes
@CDCgov It took this long to conclude that Vitamin E Acetate appears to be the cause even after everyone pointing that when this started. Meanwhile, nicotine e-liquids that are not made using this ingredient were held hostage in the same frame as illicit thc products.
08 Nov, 06:29 PM UTC
Maggie Fox
 @maggiemfox
The @CDCgov finds more evidence that vitamin E acetate is causing the deadly vaping-related lung illnesses. Most, but not all, patients say they vaped THC.
08 Nov, 06:05 PM UTC
Sanjay Mukhopadhyay
@smlungpathguy
Here’s where we are as of 11/8 1/ ✅ Most cases of #EVALI have occurred in people who vaped illicit THC ✅ We already knew illicit THC vapes contained vitamin E acetate (and pesticides etc) ✅ This CDC update tells us vitamin E acetate was found in “lung fluid samples” aka BAL https://t.co/uF3cu9trpE
08 Nov, 09:08 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
The C.D.C. has identified at least one culprit in vaping-related lung illnesses: Vitamin E acetate, a chemical added to THC-based liquids. https://t.co/dp6REcaRWD
09 Nov, 02:09 AM UTC
Jennielouwho
@Jennielouwho1
@CDCgov I've been educating anyone I can on illegal THC carts with vitamin E acetate for 3 months, all while the news is spreading the misinformation about it being "vape" related, confusing it all with nicotine Ecigs. Shameful.
08 Nov, 08:28 PM UTC

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