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Karon and Widener commented that their clients did not use medication, but the procedure could be used in combination with pharmacological therapy for smokers who prefer that approach.

References:

1. Cataldo JK, Dubey S, Prochaska JJ, “Smoking cessation: An integral part of lung cancer treatment”, Oncology 2010; 78: 289-301.

2. Karon BP, Widener AJ, “Preventing relapse in smokers who quit”, Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry 2011; 13(1): 7682.

Linda Fugate is a scientist and writer in Austin, Texas. She has a Ph.D. in Physics and an M.S. in Macromolecular Science and Engineering. Her background includes academic and industrial research in materials science. She currently writes song lyrics and health articles.

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