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The Nicotine Research Program at Mayo Clinic studies how to prevent people from smoking and help smokers quit, and offers smoking cessation clinical trials.
In the Nicotine Research Program at Mayo Clinic, investigators study smoking cessation interventions, tobacco-related diseases, smokeless tobacco use and more.
The leadership team of the Nicotine Research Program at Mayo Clinic provides expert guidance on tobacco addiction, prevention and cessation research.
Faculty members in the Nicotine Research Program are advancing knowledge on the application of new cessation therapies, reducing smoking initiation and more.
Find additional nicotine dependence information from groups and organizations such as the American Lung Association.
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