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13 Oct 2014

Helping Smokers Quit in the “Real World”

By J. Taylor Hays

Interventions that should work in theory and appear to work in controlled research settings may not work nearly as well during “real-world” applications. Although we think of translational research as translating basic research into clinical application, the most difficult translation may be in taking treatments that are efficacious in clinical trials, applying them in the real world of clinical practice, and getting the same results. 

06 Oct 2014

Revisiting the X-Pack

By Dr. Lorien Abroms

The X-Pack is a behavior modification toolkit to help people stop smoking without the use of medication therapy.

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