Working Paper: Phillips-Nissen-Rodu, Understanding the evidence about the comparative success of smoking cessation methods: choice, second-order preferences, tobacco harm reduction, and other neglected considerations

This paper definitely needs reading and sharing.

Smoking is no disease, so vaping (and other forms of nicotine) is not a cure.

Working Paper: Phillips-Nissen-Rodu, Understanding the evidence about the comparative success of smoking cessation methods: choice, second-order preferences, tobacco harm reduction, and other neglected considerations.

 

Direct link to the full paper (pdf): https://epology.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/phillips-nissen-rodu-understanding-the-evidence-about-cessation-methods1.pdf

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One comment on “Working Paper: Phillips-Nissen-Rodu, Understanding the evidence about the comparative success of smoking cessation methods: choice, second-order preferences, tobacco harm reduction, and other neglected considerations
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