Successful use of nicotine replacement therapy to quit e-cigarettes: lack of treatment protocol highlights need for guidelines

  • Silver B
  • Ripley-Moffitt C
  • Greyber J
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Although use of electronic nicotine delivery system devices, such as e-cigarettes and vapor pens, is on the rise, no treatment protocols exist to help such users quit. We report the case of a 24-year-old patient in a tobacco treatment program who successfully quit e-cigarette use by using nicotine replacement therapy.

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  • Barbara Silver

  • Carol Ripley-Moffitt

  • Jennifer Greyber

  • Adam O. Goldstein

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