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quitter

n. someone who gives up easily. Don’t be a quitter. Get in there and finish the job.
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So a team of researchers based in France and the UK analysed the results of 62 studies to assess weight change among successful quitters - with and without the help of nicotine replacement therapy - after 12 months.
About 100 people attend each session, and talk to advisors or other quitters.
The findings stress the importance of ``convincing quitters not to restart the habit,'' the researchers wrote.
Neuromedia's vRep technology will also be used on the company's Committed Quitters Stop Smoking Resource Center Web site, which offers customized behavioral support on line.
The number of setters and quitters is three times as high as in 2002/03, when the overall success rate was 53%, the report said.
Organisers are also looking for people to start local Quitters Clubs.
Tessa McDonald, SmithKline Beecham PLC European CQ Programme Manager, states, "ICT GROUP provides a novel service which is the key to the successful delivery of our unique NiQuitin CQ Committed Quitters Plan.
Take the edge off withdrawal: Many successful quitters advise using medical treatments to avoid the physical symptoms that come from withdrawal.
Today the Daily Mirror is joining with QUIT, the charity dedicated to helping people stop smoking, to find the Quitter of the Year.
Had treatment been interrupted or discontinued for these 'delayed quitters,' opportunities for achieving continuous abstinence could have been lost for up to 45 percent of quitters who were ultimately successful," said Gonzales.
Bethannie, of Newsome, is one of six quitters trying to stick to their new year resolutions with help from the Examiner.
But the former Aberdeen hero believes it is time his players proved THEY aren't quitters.
Receptionist Theresa, 45, of Marsden, is one of six Examiner new year quitters.
We are thrilled that MMA chose to recognize Committed Quitters as one of its award winners," said Dave Bulger, founder and chief technology officer of MicroMass Communications, and one of the architects of the program.
We'll be following the progress of Tony - and the other five quitters we introduced in the paper on Wednesday - throughout January and into February.