43.6 per cent have quit smoking after 24 weeks of treatment*
In 2019, 11 per cent of smokers participating in conventional quit smoking programmes stopped smoking. According to research results from the Danish Health and Medicines Authority, 22.4 per cent of the smokers quit smoking after 12 weeks of treatment with medicine to help them stop smoking and 43.6 per cent quit after 24 weeks of treatment with medicine to help them stop smoking. This type of treatment is therefore much more successful than conventional methods for quitting smoking.
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