Some studies performed on the composition of eliquid vapor have shown very low concentrations of harmful chemicals, particularly when compared to the much higher concentrations of these chemicals contained within cigarette smoke. A new study, the first of its kind, has been completed and published online in the journal "Inhalation Toxicity", which attempts to evaluate the impact of e-cigarette vapor on cultured living cells. The study, called ClearStream LIFE exposed one set of fibroblast cells to the vapor extract from commercially available e-juice and another cet of cells to cigarette smoke and found that the survival of the cells exposed to e-cigarette vapor was much higher than the survival of the cells exposed to cigarette smoke. One of the study's authors, Dr. Konstantinos E. Farsalinos remarks, "Considering the extreme hazards associated with smoking and that the majority of smokers are unable or unwilling to quit with currently approved methods, there is sufficient evidence to support that switching from tobacco to electronic cigarette use may be beneficial for their health. Public health authorities should make decisions based on scientific evidence."