E-cigarettes are nearly twice as effective as nicotine-replacement therapy at helping smokers to quit cigarettes, according to a new randomised trial. The findings, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, showed the abstinence rate at one-year was 18% in the e-cigarette group compared to 9.9% in the nicotine-replacement group, with both groups receiving behavioural support. ...
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