Champix should NOT be used by pilots, air traffic controllers, truckers, and bus drivers

Authorities now say that Champix should NOT be used by pilots, air traffic controllers, truckers, and bus drivers.

We recently told you about psychiatric symptoms and suicides in patients trying to quit smoking with Champix (varenicline).

Now a new report by an independent safety group suggests a link to heart attacks, seizures, diabetes, dizziness, and confusion.

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