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Sue Dunn, the mother of a 14-year-old from Manchester, England, complained to his school after they confiscated his vape. She supports her son Mason's use of e-cigs because she says they have helped him stop smoking regular cigarettes (which may be true, though it's still unclear if e-cigs are always useful for quitting smoking). 

"Can I live?"
"Can I live?"

Mason started smoking after his dad died two years ago. Last year, Mason's older brother bought him an e-cig to help him with his addiction. It was love at first sight. Mason stopped smoking cigarettes entirely, but after the school took away his vape, he relapsed. He found it frustrating:

Sources: Manchester Evening News