7 Oct 2013

Our Changing World - Nicotine Replacement Inhaler

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 3:33 pm on 7 October 2013

Researchers at Otago University are developing a new nicotine replacement therapy that could help many New Zealanders quit smoking. It's an inhaler that delivers the drug straight to the lungs, just like a cigarette. Amelia Nurse talks to Brent Caldwell, Senior Research Fellow at Otago University, who is currently carrying out trials.

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