Nicotine gum is a type of chewing gum that delivers nicotine to the body. .... There
is no doubt however about the harmful effects of smoking, so smokers should ...
Apr 24, 2009 ... For people who want to stop smoking, there are many different options available.
These include products based on nicotine, the addictive drug ...
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Most users of nicotine gum -- now sold over-the-counter under the Nicorette
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cancer causing chemical NNN in the urine of nicotine gum and ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... A U.S. study found nicotine alone could cause cancer. ... It is heavily used in
smoking cessation products such as patches and gum. It is also now found in ....
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In patients with coronary artery disease, nicotine may cause coronary artery ...
Gastrointestinal side effects associated with nicotine gum reported .... This
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nicorette gum is used for an extended length of time can it cause gum cancer?
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stimulant properties that can raise blood pressure, increase heart ... that long-
term use of nicotine might also raise the risk of cancer, though it has mostly ...
Jul 1, 2009 ... In the adjusted models for lung cancer, nicotine replacement therapy alone ....
insight into the potential effects of prolonged use of nicotine gum.
Apr 24, 2009 ... Nicotine gums used to quit smoking may cause mouth cancer, according to ...
The cancer risk from using nicotine gum and lozenges is higher than previously
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