David G. Hill , MD
A nicotine mouth spray provided a safe and effective smoking cessation option for smokers motivated to quit, even in naturalistic settings and without behavioral support, according to findings recently published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
“Aside from the nicotine nasal spray that has limited appeal due to initial local irritation, existing [nicotine replacement therapy] formats are limited by relatively slow systemic absorption of nicotine,” Mitchell Nides, PhD, founder and president of Los Angeles Clinical Trials, and colleagues wrote.
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