A recent study published in the NY times states,
"It has been one of the most pressing unanswered questions in public health: Do e-cigarettes actually help smokers quit? Now, the first, large rigorous assessment offers an unequivocal answer: yes.
The study, published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that e-cigarettes were nearly twice as effective as conventional nicotine replacement products, like patches and gum, for quitting smoking."
We (the manufacturers) cannot claim that vaping is an effective method to use for smoking cessation as it is not an FDA-approved method. However, it is enlightening to see that scientists have found a positive correlation between vaping and smoking.