The government is hoping to make England smoke-free by 2030. They’re implementing various strategies, including the possibility of offering e-cigarettes on prescription. However, there are concerns that e-cigarettes look “trendy”, and therefore encourage teenagers to take up smoking. Is this true, or are prescribed e-cigarettes a step in the right direction? Dr Verity Biggs comments on the dangers of younger people being drawn to vaping when they’ve never previously used tobacco.