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Dr. Jed Rose, Director of the Duke Center for Smoking Cessation

Presented: Thursday, May 17th 2012

Location: NIDA, Rockville, Maryland

Topic: Dr. Rose discussed the neural underpinnings of tobacco addiction and described new avenues being pursued to develop improved therapeutics. These strategies include developing improved modalities of NRT, adaptive treatment strategies, and the personalization of treatment based on genotypic and phenotypic predictors.

Part 1 - Current Health Impact

Part 2 - Rapidity of uptake in the brain

Part 3 - Why do people smoke?

Part 4 - How can cessation treatment be improved?

Part 5 - Improved forms of NRT for long term substitution


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