Free & Clear Inc. includes Chantix as a part of Quit for life program
September 28, 2006
One of the pioneer tobacco cessation provider Free & Clear Inc. is going to offer phone based support for those who have medical coverage for the new anti-smoking drug Chantix. Generally, the Free & Clear Quit for Life program has 150 tobacco treatment specialists for counseling the smokers, now each of them has undergone special training on Chantix (varenicline) treatment. They will advise the participants in their program about the therapeutical use of the drug.
Chief Medical Officer at Free & Clear Dr. Tim McAfee is very hopeful about the successful use of Chantix to help the smokers quit smoking in their program. He considers it as clinically effective and safe treatment for smoking cessation. This new anti-smoking medicine Chantix has been integrated in Free & Clear quit smoking program for ensuring the possibility of quitting smoke. He also states that the most effective way to quit smoking has been the combination of pharmacotherapy with behavioral therapy and self-help materials, so they are delighted to offer support for the new anti-smoking medication.
Free & Clear Inc. continuously experiments with new and innovative techniques to provide effective treatment for smoking cessation. Sean Bell, the Vice President of Marketing and Product Management says that they analyze new therapies and treatment with the help of their unique Research and Evaluation Team and evidence-based data, so that the most effective treatment are integrated to offer the best help for permanent quit smoking.
The phone-based support will provide all information regarding the dosage of Chantix, scanning the contradictions and advise regarding the concurrent use of varenicline with other nicotine replacement therapies. The inclusion of the new smoking cessation drug Chantix into the Free & Clear tobacco cessation programs simply implies the effectiveness of the drug in quit smoking.
Source: Free & Clear, Inc