The IX ‘ International Summer School and Symposium on Humour and Laughter: find the theory, research and applications , the 29th June – 4 July at the University of Granada and was supported by the Mediterranean Centre of the UGR and the Health Department of the Andalusian Council.
– Although they found no strong evidence for an increased risk of self – injury associated with varenicline, the authors warn, ‘the limited power of the study can not exclude us, either a halving or a twofold increased risk. Long-term health They recommend further studies of varenicline , the effect on the risk of suicide in other databases and secondary analysis of all adverse events reported in clinical trials.
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