Reese says she started vaping nicotine when she was 16; then, a few years later, she began using THC cartridges.

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“I thought it was a safer alternative,” she says, noting that she was smoking not just every day, but “every hour.”

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Then, in August 2019, Reese says she developed flu-like symptoms that landed her in the ER. Eventually, she says, she ended up on life support.

“I thought that I was going to die.”

Reese says she developed hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and her lungs collapsed as a result of vaping. She says she expects to have life-long issues.

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