New research shows electronic cigarettes better for quitting, than no aid; over the counter NRT worse than no aid

Wow:-

New research presented by Jamie Brown and colleagues at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco conference, 20th Annual Meeting, held in Seattle on Saturday, February 8, 2014 shows that smokers wishing to quit who used electronic-cigarettes had best outcomes.

Users of electronic cigarettes performed best – 19.9% had stopped smoking, better than the 15.1% success for those who used no aid. Surprisingly (perhaps for some public health experts) OTC NRT users came off worst, with only 10.0% abstinent.

New research shows electronic cigarettes better for quitting, than no aid; over the counter NRT worse than no aid

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