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Although doctors have approved vitamin E for consumption and vitamin E acetate for use on skin, the CDC's new report suggests that the substance can prove dangerous when inhaled. The CDC described it as a "known additive" that has been known to be used on the black market to "dilute" or thicken the liquid in e-cigarette or THC vaping products."
Vitamin E acetate is enormously sticky," James L. Pirkle, MD, director of the division of laboratory sciences at the CDC, said on the call Friday. "You can think of it to be just like honey and so when it went goes into the lung, it does hang around." Schuchat added that while it's clear that vitamin E acetate can "interfere with lung function," the next step is to figure out exactly how.
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