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1 Therapy deficit. Nature 2012; 489: 473–4.
2 Brose, LS, West, R, McDermott, MS, Fidler, JA, Croghan, E, McEwen, A. What makes for an effective stop-smoking service? Thorax 2011; 66: 924–6.
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  • Jamie Brown (a1), Susan Michie (a2) and Robert West (a3)
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