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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of treating users of E-cigarettes with a 12-week course of varenicline to stop vaping.
Non-treatment extension to study A3051123, aimed at collecting data on cardiovascular safety for all participants in the A3051123 trial for an additional 28 weeks, allowing for a total of 52 weeks of cardiovascular safety data collection.
This study will evaluate the impact of a proactive, EHR-supported enrollment strategy that links LDCT-eligible smokers with an evidence-based intervention comprised of a web-based program and integrated text messaging. The goal is to provide actionable findings about how to most effectively and cost efficiently promote abstinence in LDCT clinics.
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