Education is the key

April 1997
Progressive Grocer;Apr97, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p117
Trade Publication
Examines the role of consumer education in relation to smoking-cessation products in the United States. Redesigning of smoking-cessation products to highlight information; Comments from Mary Frann, manager of communications for Novartis Consumer Health; Offering of education material by smoking-cessation product manufacturers. INSET: Pharmacists take note..


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