Renowned all over the world as an expert at on tobacco control. He also ran the Tobacco Harm Reduction Institute at the University of Alberta in Canada. Since day one, he has been fighting to get the scientific evidence in favor of e-cigarettes out to the public. He is an outspoken supporter of e-cigarettes and he can be often seen at panel discussions on tobacco harm reduction methods. A committed supporter of electronic cigarettes, he frequently argues that they are less dangerous than tobacco.
Michael SiegelA physician of the Boston University School of Public Health is a reputed figure in the tobacco harm reduction domain. His Tobacco Analysis blog frequently gives the readers the other story about new studies or media reports. He has been featured a lot in the media and also oversees research into electronic cigarettes.
Scott BallinA tobacco and health policy consultant in Washington and runs the Tobacco at a Crossroads alliance. He is more into the policy aspects of the things. In the past, he was VP for Public Policy and Legislative Counsel at the American Heart Association, and also was the chairman of the Coalition on Smoking. It is safe to say that he has enough experience as a legislator. Right from the beginning he has been vocal about modernizing tobacco laws to account for products like e-cigarettes.
Dr. Murray LaugesenWidely known as the founder of Health New Zealand, and has more than 18 years’ experience as a researcher in tobacco policy and cigarettes. He is the author of more than 40 research papers and is also the founder of End Smoking NZ, a charitable institution committed to ending the use of burnable cigarettes by 2025 in the country of New Zealand. His endeavors in the field have established him as a leading individual voice.
Paul BergenRegularly featured in the media in connection to e-cigarettes. He is a highly active blogger and is a pivotal voice in removing the myths around the new technology. His support is crucial in bringing a change in mindsets.
The above men are doing their bit to not only talk openly about ending tobacco consumption but also to spread a positive word about electronic cigarettes. As more and more people are accepting e-cigs, there will be a huge surge sales.