Smoking cessation meds in pregnancy need more evidence: study

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Women need more support to quit smoking during pregnancy but there is a lack of evidence around medicines safety, say researchers A UNSW Sydney-led study of 1.7 million pregnancies in NSW, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden from 2015-20 has found use of varenicline and bupropion in pregnancy was “consistently low”, aligning with current guidelines. Prevalence

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