Electronic cigarettes as a harm reduction strategy in people living with HIV/AIDS

Brief description of study

We are conducting a research study to understand and determine the effectiveness of electronic cigarettes versus nicotine replacement therapy in adults who smoke and also live with HIV/AIDS in effort to reduce cigarette smoking. We hope, although we are not sure, that one of these methods is less dangerous to your health than traditional cigarettes. This study will shed some light on what may help patients like you reduce the harm associated with their daily cigarette usage and potentially improve their health.


Clinical Study Identifier: s19-01179
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04218708
Principal Investigator: Omar El Shahawy.


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