NRT increases quit smoking rates by 60%

man holding some cigarettes trying to stop from smoking
Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) can increase the chances of a smoker quitting by 60% in comparison to unassisted quit smoking attempts, writes Leanne Philpott. Key Points Despite a decrease in the number of smokers over the last decade, smoking remains the leading cause of preventative death and disease in Australia. Combination therapy is safe and

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