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Do you think insurance companies pay for smoking cessation programs?

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine 14 years experience
Some do.: The best way to find out is to ask. Many insurance companies cover nicotine replacement patches and wellbutrin (bupropion) (an oral medication). Chantix (another pill) is not usually covered. 1-800-quit now is a free, personalized telephone support hotline for smoking cessation. And there is www.Quitnet.Com, which is also a good free resource. Good luck!
Dr. Christian Mayaud
Hospital-based practice 35 years experience
They certainly do indirectly
Dec 31, 2014

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