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Nicotine patch therapy success predictable by quit-date abstinence, study says.

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NICOTINE PATCH "THERAPY MODIFICATION MAY BE NEEDED IN HIGH-DEPENDENT SMOKERS" who are unable to remain abstinent on their quit date, Eric Westman, MD, Duke University, et al. conclude in an article in the Feb. 10 Archives of Internal Medicine. "Because of the poor prognosis of high-dependent quitters who smoke on the quit date, we recommend that the current treatment be postponed or adjusted for high nicotine-dependent smokers, the authors state.
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