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The pulmonary disease seemingly caused by vaping has sickened and killed users of a black market THC product, which could be a call for companies to bolster their supply chains and fill out their in-house legal departments. (Photo: PRO Stock Professional/Shutterstock)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced that 33 deaths have been attributed to a pulmonary disease seemingly caused by vaping. Nearly everyone who has died from the disease, and many who have been sick, used a black market THC product, which could be a call for companies to bolster their supply chains and fill out their in-house legal departments.

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