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Treatment Development and Delivery Program

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http://eagle-i.itmat.upenn.edu/i/0000016e-6529-1d3c-cb39-247480000000

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  1. Resource Description
    Program Goals Despite the fact that cigarette smoking continues to be the greatest preventable cause of morbidity and mortality, there are currently only three FDA-approved medications for nicotine dependence: nicotine replacement therapy (NRT; transdermal nicotine (TN), nasal spray, gum, lozenge), bupropion, and varenicline. Although these treatments are effective for some smokers, nearly 75% relapse within a year. There is a clear need to identify novel treatment approaches to help more smokers quit. The Treatment Development and Delivery Program within CIRNA is guided by the following goals: (1) to develop and evaluate novel behavioral and pharmacological interventions for nicotine dependence; (2) to develop novel methods to improve the efficacy and effectiveness of FDA-approved treatment for nicotine dependence; (3) to expand the use of treatments for nicotine dependence to under-served populations.
  2. Contact
    Schnoll, Robert., PhD
  3. Affiliation
    Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Nicotine Addiction
  4. Website(s)
    https://www.med.upenn.edu/cirna/treatment-development-and-delivery.html
  5. Other members
    Lerman, Caryn., PhD
  6. Other members
    Audrain-McGovern, Janet., PhD
 
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    Published
  2. contributor
    ggrant (Gregory Grant)
  3. created
    2019-11-13T09:29:18.371-05:00
  4. creator
    ggrant (Gregory Grant)
  5. modified
    2019-11-13T09:29:21.312-05:00
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