E-Cigarettes Vs Nicotine Replacement Therapy

The New England Journal Of Medicine, have published an article regarding a randomised trial that was conducted. This trial looked at E-cigarettes vs Nicotine Replacement Therapy as methods to quit smoking. The trial was for a year and included 886 participants. The participants were split into two separate groups, e-cigarette and NRT.  The results concluded that e-cigarettes were more effective for smoking cessation than NRT’s when both products were accompanied by behavioural support. The 1-year abstinence rate was 18% in the e-cigarette group, compared with 9.9% in the NRT group. To view the full article, click on the button below.

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