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Decades of research show that quit-medications like the nicotine patch or Chantix can dramatically improve your chances of quitting for good this time. Which is best for you?

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Getting Started: quit med support
1. Stay informed.
QuitNet's user-friendly Medication Guide and Expert Database will help you understand your options.
2. Get our recommendation.
Let the Medication Wizard suggest an approved pharmaceutical product.
3. Get the support you need.
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Quitting medication features
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How effective are the nicotine patch, lozenge, gum, inhaler, and nasal spray? How do you use them properly? Can the prescription medications Chantix and Zyban help you quit?
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What are your options? QuitNet's Medication Wizard suggests quit-med approaches, based on your personal preferences and history.
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QuitNet counselors are ready to answer your questions about smoking cessation medication via our One-to-One counseling feature.
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Q-Counselors answer top cessation medication related questions posed by QuitNet users.
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