GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare offers free nicotine lozenges for all certified pilots and air traffic ...
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare offers free nicotine lozenges for all certified pilots and air traffic controllers to help them safely quit smoking
In response to the announcement by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Commit Lozenges now offered to pilots and air traffic controllers who are quitting smoking
With the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) recent announcement to remove a prescription anti-smoking pill from their approved list of safe medications for pilots, GSK Consumer Healthcare, an industry leader in smoking cessation, is offering one free 48 count of 2mg or 4mg Commit Cherry lozenges to all licensed commercial and private pilots who are interested in quitting smoking today, through June 30. It is important for pilots to understand that NRT has been the recommended aid for pilots to quit smoking since 1994, and that the FAA news in no way includes GSK's products, which are deemed safe and effective medicines to relieve nicotine withdrawal symptoms that arise during a quit attempt.