Tobacco smoke contains a deadly mix of 7,000 chemicals; hundred are harmful and about 70 can cause cancer according to the CDC. It can lead to tobacco or nicotine dependence and cause serious health problems. Quitting smoking greatly reduces the risk of early death or developing smoking-related diseases including lung cancer (and other types of cancer), heart disease, stroke, and more.
The purpose of the research study is to assess whether volunteers have a greater overall reduction in cigarette smoking during the study treatment period. This drug has been used as a smoking cessation drug since the 1960’s in Central and Eastern Europe.
- Over 18 years old
- Averaging at least 10 cigarettes per day
- Highly motivated to quit smoking within 5-7 days of treatment
- * Please note, other conditions may apply