OTC Nicotine Replacement Therapies May Aid In Harm Reduction - IoM
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Nicotine replacement therapies, including OTC smoking cessation products, should be evaluated for their potential to reduce the rate of cigarette smoking among individuals who are unable or unwilling to quit, the Institute of Medicine asserts in a report entitled Clearing the Smoke.
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