Characteristics of current and recent former smokers associated with the use of new potential reduced-exposure tobacco products

Parascandola, Mark; Augustson, Erik; Rose, Allison
December 2009
Nicotine & Tobacco Research;Dec2009, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p1431
Academic Journal
Objectives:: To identify sociodemographic characteristics associated with having tried a potentialy reduced-exposure tobacco product (PREP) and to compare the smoking and quitting behaviors and attitudes of smokers who have tried a PREP product with non-PREP users.


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