Taking CHANTIX® Again

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Taking CHANTIX AGAIN

Quitting smoking can be tough, and many people make multiple quit attempts before they are successful. Having CHANTIX in your corner may help.

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Patient quit with CHANTIX and support.
Individual results may vary.

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Can I take CHANTIX AGAIN?

You are not alone if you have had trouble staying quit. The good news is that if you are motivated to make another attempt, and you did not succeed during prior treatment for reasons other than side effects or you returned to smoking after quitting, you may be able to take CHANTIX again.

In fact, in a study of people who didn’t quit or went back to smoking after taking CHANTIX, significantly more people who took CHANTIX again were able to stay quit during the study period than those who took a sugar pill.*

Speak to your healthcare provider about whether another course of CHANTIX may be right for you. And remember–IT IS IMPORTANT TO TAKE CHANTIX AS PRESCRIBED. Even if you quit smoking before you finish your CHANTIX therapy, you should take it for as long as your healthcare provider prescribed it for. CHANTIX is typically taken for 12 or 24 weeks (3 or 6 months), depending on your quit approach.

*Study participants received up to 10 minutes of counseling at each visit.

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Proven MORE EFFECTIVE
than the nicotine patch

In the largest study of its kind, CHANTIX helped significantly more people quit smoking than the nicotine patch.

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FREE QUIT-SMOKING
SUPPORT,
AT HOME OR
ON THE GO

Nobody should have to quit smoking on their own. The GET QUIT® website helps guide you through your quit journey and provides you with the tools and resources you may need to stay inspired–all from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

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