Buffalo, NY - A first of its kind study on the health impact of e-cigarettes at Roswell still needs volunteers.

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Buffalo, NY - A first of its kind study on the health impact of e-cigarettes at Roswell still needs volunteers.

Researchers are looking for more dual users, or people who use both electronic cigarettes and traditional tobacco cigarettes, to sign-up. They will ask you some basic health questions and take a urine sample and do breath test.

You will also get a $50 gift card.

This data will likely play a role in the FDA's decision on how to regulate e-cigarettes.

Roswell is also studying volunteers in Europe.

"There are different brands around the world with the different design, different chemical composition. So we wonder whether the brands that are, for example, in the UK can affect users in a different way than the brands that are marketed here," says lead researcher Maciej Goniewicz.

To participate in the study, call Roswell Park Cancer Institute at 716-845-4916 during regular business hours Monday-Friday.

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