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Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

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Electronic Cigarette Unit Price Manipulations in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) may be a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes and are available in a broad range of nicotine strengths. The overall goal of this project is to use an experimental analogue of the real-world tobacco marketplace to examine the effects of nicotine strength on e-cigarette consumption and the likelihood that current smokers will either switch to e-cigarettes (which may reduce harm) or use both products in combination (which may increase harm). Testing effects of e-cigarette nicotine strength under controlled conditions in a context that models the real world will facilitate evidence-based policies that have a net benefit to health.

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Drug - 3 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid

Availability of 3 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

Drug - 6 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid

Availability of 6 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

Drug - 12 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid

Availability of 12 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

Drug - 24 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid

Availability of 24 mg/mL nicotine strength e-liquid in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace

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Effects of Electronic Cigarette Unit Price Manipulations in the Experimental Tobacco Marketplace on Tobacco Product Substitution

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NCT03843047

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