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|Title:||Method of administering nicotine transdermally|
|Abstract:||A method of administering nicotine transdermally in which a nicotine patch, capable of administering nicotine for at least 16 hours at rates that are efficacious in smoking cessation therapy, is applied in the morning upon waking and removed prior to sleep. This method is effective even though nicotine is not essential during sleep and many smokers experience morning craving.|
|Inventor(s):||Osborne; James L. (Mountain View, CA), Nelson; Melinda K. (Sunnyvale, CA), Enscore; David J. (Saratoga, CA), Yum; Su I. (Los Altos, CA), Gale; Robert M. (Los Altos, CA), Causey; Donna D. (Camarillo, CA)|
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