WATCH: Five Deaths Linked to Vaping Leave Medical Professionals Looking for Answers

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Officials have identified about 450 possible cases, including as many as five deaths, in 33 states

WATCH: The five deaths linked to vaping are leaving medical professionals looking for answers, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, who recommended Monday that people avoid vaping until doctors figure out the problems. (Fox News video)

(FOX NEWS) – The five deaths linked to vaping are leaving medical professionals looking for answers, including Dr. Mehmet Oz, who recommended Monday that people avoid vaping until doctors figure out the problems.

“I told my family this: Don’t vape until we figure out what this is,” Dr. Oz told “Fox & Friends.”

“This is a really big problem because we can’t save you, even if we know what you’ve got.”

Dr. Oz said vaping is safer than smoking cigarettes and some people in need of medical marijuana vaping products, but others “are dying for reasons we don’t understand.”

The comments came after the uptick in deaths due to vaping. U.S. health officials on Friday urged people to stop vaping until they figure out the cause of severe breathing illnesses.

Officials have identified about 450 possible cases, including as many as five deaths, in 33 states.

The count includes newly reported deaths in California, Indiana and Minnesota.

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