Smoking cessation medicine analysed in pregnant women

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Study finds varenicline use is more effective than nicotine patches in helping pregnant women to quit smoking—but more research on safety is needed A retrospective cohort study has found pregnant women using varenicline were almost three times as likely to quit smoking than those using nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches. Researchers compared quitting rates between

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