Caryn Lerman, PhD featured for Annals of Internal Medicine study
Caryn Lerman, PhD, and her colleague Robert Schnoll, PhD, are quoted in several news stories about their new Annals of Internal Medicine study showing that smokers who wore a nicotine patch for 24 weeks instead of the standard 8 weeks recommended for the therapy had more success trying to kick the habit and were less likely to relapse into smoking after small smoking slip-ups.
(2/1/10) Reuters Nicotine patch works better when used longer: study
(2/1/10) Bloomberg Business Week Nicotine Patch Helps More Quitters Succeed When Worn Longer
(2/1/10) Health.com Wearing Patch for 6 Months May Help Smokers Quit
(2/1/10) Penn Medicine Good Day New York