The latest research about nicotine addiction with Penn’s CARYN LERMAN

    Despite serious health risks and smoking bans in public spaces, more than 20% of all Americans are smokers. Scientific breakthroughs in recent years are responsible for a variety of tools smokers can use to help kick the habit. We talk with CARYN LERMAN, professor of psychiatry and director of the Tobacco Use Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania. She is involved in research that links genetic backgrounds with nicotine addiction and smoking cessation. Listen to the mp3

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