The RACGP has backed vaping as a "reasonable" second-line treatment for patients who want to quit smoking but have not succeeded with pharmacological therapies.

In its updated guidelines, released on Tuesday, the college stresses that doctors should only make the recommendation after the patient has raised the subject themselves and the patient

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