The Duke Center for Smoking Cessation conducts clinical trials to study efficacy of current tobacco cessation techniques and cutting edge new methods. Publications on recent and past findings are posted as they become available.
Studies at the CSC are designed to research the efficacy of current and new cutting edge methods of smoking cessation. Participation is voluntary and changes by the study. Screening is available online or by phone.
According to the CDC, Nicotine dependence is the most common form of chemical dependence in the United States. Research suggests that nicotine may be as addictive as heroin, cocaine, or alcohol. Click here for more information.