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Data from early studies conducted by our group suggested that nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) combined with varenicline was safe, but questions remained about its efficacy.
But on the flip side, smokers who buy nicotine replacement therapy over-the-counter with no contact with a health professional have similar odds of success as those who stop without any aid.
In late May, the Iowa health department announced that it would offer four weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy in the form of patches or gum via Quitline Iowa, which offers cessation coaching services by phone or Internet around the clock.
The Nicotine Replacement Therapy patches work by gradually releasing nicotine into the bloodstream without the cancer-causing substances found in cigarettes.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Healthcare, marketer of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products, including Nicorette, NicoDerm CQ and Commit, applauds two leading smoking cessation organizations for their efforts to improve the regulation of smoking cessation aids designed to help people quit smoking.
Nicotine replacement therapy is commonly assumed to be effective in smoking cessation and has been confirmed by numerous trials.
Women using nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy do not increase their risk of stillbirth, according to a large Danish study.
A trust spokeswoman said: "There has never been a better time for people to kick the habit, with nicotine replacement therapy and specialist advisers on hand.