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Smoking cessation clinical studies: quit-rates overestimated

04:32 EDT 12 Sep 2017 | Outsourcing-Pharma

Researchers conducting smoking cessation clinical trials should use biochemical measures to determine if participants have quit – as many falsely self-report, according to a recent study.

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