Laura Ingraham hosted Dr. Stanton Glantz and Miguel Martin.
Martin said e-cigs vaporize and have a nicotine element. They are precluded from health claims and said there are people in the sientific committee see e-cigs as a way to get people off regular cigarettes.
Martin said his company targets adults and age verifies ages and sells in brick and mortar stores. They don't use ads or celebrities to push e-cigs. They have voluntary labeling.
Glantz agreed that a puff on an e-cig puts less toxins into a person and that the vast majority of users also smoke regular cigarettes and are less likely to stop smoking. They work cooperatively with the FDA.