NEJM study provides evidence of greater efficacy of e-cigarettes vis-a-vis conventional NRTs
One of the most pressing unanswered questions in public health has been "Do e-cigarettes actually help smokers quit?"The first, large rigorous assessment now answers this question.A study, published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that e-cigarettes were nearly twice as effective as conventional nicotine replacement products, like patches and gum, for quitting smoking, reports New York Times. The success rate was 1
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