Chantix Usage Increases Tremendously At Military Bases Worldwide
Date: 10th October 2007
Pfizer manufactured quit smoking medicine Chantix is being increasingly offered for treatment at military bases located in Japan , South Korea , Okinawa and several other places.
Sources reveal that in South Korea , at Osan Air Base, the quit smoking drug Chantix has become the favorite anti-smoking treatment and altogether sources confirm that in Japan at Camp Zama medical services and Yokota Air Base chantix is being distributed for quit smoking.
According to Robert Sloan, the Yokosuka health promotion manager, quit smoking counseling and nicotine replacement therapies were earlier used at quit smoking programs in military institutes but now quit smoking medicines have become the central part of quit smoking programs. He also makes it apparent that after the navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery has started to offer chantix prescriptions to patients, the usage of chantix has gained presence in Yokosuka .
One of the advantages gained by chantix users is the low cost at which chantix is available for smokers to trigger off smoking cessation. As chantix is inexpensive, it can easily be availed and on consumption smoking is easily possible with the drug.