Smokers who see more ads for smoking-cessation products are more likely to quit

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Smokers who see more ads for smoking-cessation products are more likely to quit successfully, study finds

Cornell University, July 23, 2007
The more magazine ads smokers see for the nicotine patch and other quit-smoking aids, the more likely they are to try to quit smoking and be successful -- even without buying the products, finds a new Cornell study.
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