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Cost and Effectiveness of Combination Nicotine Replacement Therapy Among Heavy Smokers Contacting a Quitline

  • Laurie Krupski (a1), K. Michael Cummings (a2), Andrew Hyland (a1), Martin C. Mahoney (a1), Benjamin A. Toll (a3), Matthew J. Carpenter (a2) and Shannon Carlin-Menter (a4)...

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Corresponding Author: Laurie Krupski Department of Health Behavior Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY 14263 Email: Laurie.Krupski@Roswellpark.org

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