Behavioral interventions should be used to help smokeless tobacco users to quit specifically
utilizing telephone counseling and/or an oral examination with feedback of mucosal damage.
Pharmacotherapies examined included bupropion, nicotine patch, and nicotine gum have not shown to effect
cessation rates at six months for smokeless tobacco users.
Behavioral therapy more effective than pharmacotherapy for smokeless tobacco use cessation..
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