Characteristics and quitting success of roll-your-own versus tailor-made cigarette smokers.

@article{Li2010CharacteristicsAQ,
  title={Characteristics and quitting success of roll-your-own versus tailor-made cigarette smokers.},
  author={Judy Li and Michele Grigg and Deepa Weerasekera and Li-Chia Yeh},
  journal={The New Zealand medical journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={123 1308},
  pages={64-73}
}
AIMS Roll-your-own (RYO) tobacco use is exceptionally high in New Zealand with 61% of current smokers using it exclusively or in conjunction with tailor-made (TM) cigarettes. This study examines the characteristics of RYO users and their likelihood of quitting smoking compared to TM and mixed tobacco users. METHODS A random sample of Quitline callers with a booster sample of Māori, was invited to participate in a telephone survey three times within a 12-month period. The response rates for… CONTINUE READING

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