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Smokers who use two forms of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), including a patch and nicotine gum, lozenges or other short-acting delivery treatments, are more likely to successfully quit smoking than those who rely on a single NRT, according to Cochrane reviewers. In a report examining the efficacy and safety of different forms, deliveries, and doses of NRT for smoking cessation, Nicola Lindson, [...] concluded that there is now "high quality evidence" supporting the use of dual therapy, based on their review of 63 trials involving around 41,500 participants.