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Bloodtests could help people to quit smoking

Bloodtests could help people to quit smoking

Blood tests could be used to help people stop smoking research in the Lancet suggests.

Published today, the research suggests that being able to measure how quickly a person breaks down nicotine could impact upon their success. Those who break the substance down quickly, tend to have stronger cravings.

In this study, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania in the US enlisted 1,240 people

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