Cigarette smoking during an N-acetylcysteine-assisted cannabis cessation trial in adolescents.

  title={Cigarette smoking during an N-acetylcysteine-assisted cannabis cessation trial in adolescents.},
  author={Erin A McClure and Nathaniel L Baker and Kevin M. Gray},
  journal={The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse},
  volume={40 4},
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Tobacco and cannabis use are both highly prevalent worldwide. Their co-use is also common in adults and adolescents. Despite this frequent co-occurrence, cessation from both substances is rarely addressed in randomized clinical trials. Given evidence that tobacco use may increase during cannabis cessation attempts, and additionally that tobacco users have poorer cannabis cessation outcomes, we explored tobacco outcomes, specifically cigarette smoking, from an… CONTINUE READING
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