‘Low-Nicotine’ Cigarettes CAN HELP Smokers Quit: – WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 2015 – – Smokers are more likely to cut back or quit if indeed they switch to smoking cigarettes made from tobacco containing suprisingly low degrees of nicotine, new analysis shows. In the study, the participants smoked nearly one-third fewer cigarettes a day and were twice as likely to try to quit, weighed against smokers of regular cigarettes, the investigators found. The best results came with cigarettes containing 0.4 milligrams of nicotine per gram of tobacco. ‘That’s about 97 % less than what you’d come across in a normal cigarette,’ explained senior study writer Dorothy Hatsukami, associate director of cancer tumor avoidance and control for the University of Minnesota’s Masonic Cancer Center.The newly accredited companies are: Changhua Christian Medical center, Changhua City, Taiwan. Summers said. Those who adopt AAHRPP standards improve the quality of their analysis, strengthen protections for participants, and command the respect of colleagues and partners through the entire global research business. To earn AAHRPP accreditation, organizations must demonstrate that they have built intensive safeguards into every level of their research operation and that they adhere to high standards for study.