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Comparison of Nicotine Inhaler and/or Bupropion in Helping People to Stop Smoking and Prevent the Recurrence of SmokingUnique Dataset IDMultiple_Allianc_2002_202ClinicalTrial.gov IDNCT00033592
Clinical Trial Title
Comparison of Nicotine Inhaler and/or Bupropion in Helping People to Stop Smoking and Prevent the Recurrence of Smoking
Trial Summary and Conditions
RATIONALE: Use of a nicotine inhaler and/or bupropion may be effective in helping people stop smoking and prevent them from starting smoking again. It is not yet known whether a nicotine inhaler or bupropion are more effective alone or combined for stopping smoking. PURPOSE: Randomized phase III trial to compare the effectiveness of the nicotine inhaler or bupropion alone to that of the nicotine inhaler combined with bupropion in helping people to stop smoking and prevent starting smoking again.
Control and experimental arm data files include data on safety, efficacy, demographics etc. See the data dictionary provided for more details.
OBJECTIVES: I. Compare the effectiveness of nicotine inhaler vs bupropion vs nicotine inhaler plus bupropion on smoking cessation and prevention of relapse in participants who currently smoke. II. Compare the reduction in the rate of relapse to smoking after initial abstinence in participants treated long term with these regimens.
Prevention in relapse [ Time Frame: Up to 6 months ]
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DATA DICTIONARY: n99c4_ddt.docx