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Italy's recent amendment to the Sirchia Law banning electronic cigarettes from public places has seen the use of e-cigarettes be permitted in places that traditional cigarettes are banned, such as offices, restaurants, cinemas, public transport and bars. However, electronic cigarette use will be still be banned in schools. 
The Royal College of Physicians is backing e-cigarettes as a safer alternative to smoking. Small studies suggest they help smokers quit the real thing and the surge in growth of e-cigarettes is upsetting the big tobacco companies with their sales of traditional cigarettes falling 8% last year.