Glyconutrient supplement facts

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All seven OTC NRT studies to date were combined and averaged and produced a 7% six-month quitting rate

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OTC NRT versus OTC placebo studies The OTC NRT versus OTC placebo trials were all randomised, parallel groups studies in which subjects received free product. The first study by Schneider et al29 wasrepparttar only placebo controlled OTC study of nicotine gum. The study was published in 1983, 14 years beforerepparttar 147602 next study and had a much smaller sample size (n = 36) than other OTC studies. In addition "laboratory changes" resulted in a notably uneven distribution of subjects to nicotine and placebo groups (13 v 23). Finally, when contacted,repparttar 147603 author believed that this study did not represent an OTC setting because ofrepparttar 147604 amount of contact (N Schneider, personal communication, 20 September 2001). For these reasons, we decided not to includerepparttar 147605 Schneider et al study29 inrepparttar 147606 meta-analysis.

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