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2010 Centre for Addiction
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Dr. Rachel Tyndale continues quest to help you butt out for good

Dr. Rachel Tyndale, CAMH Scientist and Head of Pharmacogenetics in the Neuroscience Department along with Prof. Caryn Lerman at the University of Pennsylvania, are at the helm of a four-year, $12 million (US) National Institute of Health, Pharmacogenomics Research Network-funded study that will continue tackling the serious public health issue of smoking.  
An international team of scientists will focus on understanding how genes impact a person's response to smoking cessation medication.  Their goal - help clinicians choose the best medication for people trying to quit, based on their genes, and improve their response to smoking cessation treatment.
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