The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a new report Monday with first-time details about some of the people who have died from vaping-related illnesses.
As of Thursday, more than 1,600 people have come down with vaping-related illnesses, and at least 34 people have died.
Of those 34 people, the CDC had data about the substances used for 19 of them. Eighty-four percent used THC-containing products, either with or without nicotine, with 63 percent reporting that they used THC products only. Only 16 percent reported using exclusively nicotine products.