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Rejoinder relating to correspondence by Dr Eleanor Woodward, Professor Robyn Richmond on Brose LS, Simonavicius E, McNeill A (2018). Maintaining abstinence from smoking after a period of enforced abstinence

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Author for correspondence: Leonie S. Brose, E-mail: leonie.brose@kcl.ac.uk

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