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Thompson J. Are e-cigarettes more effective than nicotine replacement therapy to help smokers quit? Practitioner Mar 2019;263(1824):8

Are e-cigarettes more effective than nicotine replacement therapy to help smokers quit?

25 Mar 2019Registered users

One year smoking cessation rates were significantly higher in those who used e-cigarettes compared with those using traditional nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products, in a UK prospective study. However, many more of those on e-cigarettes who had quit ordinary cigarettes still used the substitute while most of those who quit using NRT were free from treatment.

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