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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Widow to sue over smoking drug suicide

A WIDOW whose husband took his own life after suffering a terrifying mental illness she believes was caused by an anti-smoking drug is to sue its manufacturer. Tricia McLinden, from Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, is planning legal action against the pharmaceuticals…

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Save £30 off our next stop smoking session in Aberdeen

Summer is just around the corner now and to celebrate we want to encourage as many smokers as possible to make summer 2011 the time when they finally stub out their last cigarette. With this in mind, we have decided…

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WHO warns anti-smoking campaigners not to become too close to drug firms

At long last the World Health Organisation are pointing out that Drug companies have a vested interest in providing so called smoking cessation aids to the public. These companies merely perpetuate drug addiction and hope to keep smokers addicted for…

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Indian cancer institutes call for ban on smokeless tobacco products

Three days ago a study into nicotine concluded that it wasn’t harmful on it’s own.  When will the powers that be, wake up and smell the coffee and realise that providing nicotine addicts with more nicotine won’t cure their addiction…

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If only I knew then what I know now.

This week I should have been my dads 73rd birthday. The 6th April 2011 should have been a happy family occasion with all the usual birthday celebrations for Jim McCreadie Snr. Unfortunately, it was like every other 6th April since…

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Pay for Easyway Sessions in 2 Instalments

We’re now making it easier for people to sign up to our Allen Carr “Easyway to Stop Smoking” sessions across Scotland, by allowing payments to be made in 2 instalments. Continue reading

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Death-house dad on anti-smoking drug

Man who killed family and himself was taking Champix A man believed to have murdered his sleeping wife and smothered their daughters before killing himself may have been taking an anti-smoking drug with possible side-effects of “anger” and “depression”, an…

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The Nicotine war is warming up! by Allen Carr Global Director John Dicey

British American Tobacco (BAT) has launched its latest counter-attack against the combined forces of the medical establishment, the scientific establishment, and Big Pharma (dare I describe them as a coalition). BAT has announced the news that it aims to build…

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