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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Psychiatrist John R. Hughes, M.D., a researcher at the University of Vermont, has found that the usefulness of nicotine gum in helping people quit smoking is “either small or nonexistent’. Only about 10% of 210 smokers who received the nicotine gum and about 7% of those who received a placebo gum were not smoking a year after they started chewing the gum (a statistically insignificant difference), according to a report by Michael Waldholz that appeared in the March . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Psychiatrist John R. Hughes, M.D., a researcher at the University of Vermont, has found that the usefulness of nicotine gum in helping people quit smoking is “either small or nonexistent’. Only about 10% of 210 smokers who received the nicotine gum and about 7% of those who received a placebo gum were not smoking a year after they started chewing the gum (a statistically insignificant difference), according to a report by Michael Waldholz that appeared in the March . . .
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