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The Nicotine Research Program at Mayo Clinic studies the best methods to help people quit using tobacco and strategies to prevent people from starting at all.
The Nicotine Research Program at Mayo Clinic conducts tobacco-related studies focused on improving smoking cessation rates, reducing smoking initiation and more.
The program provides information about tobacco-related diseases, secondhand smoke, smokeless tobacco, tobacco and pregnancy, and youth tobacco prevention.
The Nicotine Research Program studies smoking cessation for people with cancer, smoke-free policy research, smokeless tobacco research and more.
Current clinical trials for smoking cessation during lung cancer screening and smoking cessation in overweight smokers are enrolling now in the Nicotine Research Program.
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