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Chicago STOP Smoking Research Project



The Chicago STOP Smoking Research Project (C-STOP) is a clinical trial conducted by Dr. Andrea King and her team at the University of Chicago. Participants in C-STOP are smokers who drink alcohol on a regular basis who want to quit smoking.

The goal of C-STOP is to see if usual treatment for smoking cessation (nicotine patch and behavioral coaching) is improved by adding an FDA-approved medication.

Participation involves an in-person medical screening and four, 1-hour study visits over a 3 month period.

All participants will receive

Click on the links, to the left to learn more about the study and to apply.