There is good news for the one who have been planning to quit smoke for long but have not been able to. It has come to light that researchers are working towards creating a vaccine which would help the quitters.
There are a number of vaccines available in the market which promises of helping people in quitting smoke. It is estimated that about 70% to 80% of the people relying over vaccine for quitting smoke experience relapses.
However, the upcoming vaccine is believed to be effective as it would reduce the levels of nicotine in the brain. The vaccine is being created by the researchers of Weill Cornell Medical College. It has been informed that the vaccine if introduced in the body promotes the production of antibodies in the liver. The antibodies thus produced causes hindrance for nicotine to enter in to brain.
The researchers have informed that the vaccine would be required to be injected just once. The vaccine has already been tested over mice. However, a clinical trial of the vaccine is pending. It is hoped that soon the vaccine would become available in the markets. The introduction of the vaccine is believed to bring a change in large number of lives.
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