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In the 30 years that Tim Campbell, 44, has been smoking, a month was the longest time he’s stayed away from cigarettes.

Nicotine fight aims at brain receptors

Vaccine, drug in development

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / June 26, 2006

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Smokers are about to get some radically different methods to help them quit, based in large part on scientists' progress in attacking nicotine addiction where it happens: in the smoker's brain. (Full article: 1281 words)

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