Dr. Gopal Bhatnagar's argument is very logical, and I completely support his stance. Dr. Matthew Stanbrook's arguments lack logic, and sounds like the fear mongering we hear from many educated people who spreading mis-information based on bias, and not reason. Most "experts" don't even understand difference between smoke and nicotine themselves. The value proposition from e-cigarette and its family of tools cannot be ignored, however like Dr. Gopal, I agree a constructive framework is required that ensures safety and quality standards by all manufacturers and brands. There are dozens of items in a common household that can also poison kids. Why are they still allowed in households?? While safety of children and e-cigarette customer always comes first, and I will sit down with anyone who is willing to have a constructive discussion and present logical arguments and work towards solutions, but I do not support fear mongering being spread by misinformed people like Dr. Matthew Stanbrook.