Nicotine gum is a type of chewing gum that delivers nicotine to the body. It is used as an aid in nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), a process for smoking cessation and quitting smokeless tobacco. The nicotine is delivered to the bloodstream via absorption by the tissues of the mouth. ... Additionally, nicotine can cause the body to release its stores of fat and ...
Apr 24, 2009 ... This week, alarming headlines hit the newspapers claiming that the nicotine in these products could actually cause mouth cancer. But while the ...
GlaxoSmithKline, marketers of Nicorette, advises people to "stop using the nicotine gum at the end of 12 weeks," and to talk to a doctor if you "still feel the need" ...
Aug 21, 2014 ... Chewing nicotine gum can also cause complications on your skin and make it ..... If I have oral cancer and need a mutilating surgery, I give up.
Dec 1, 2008 ... Are you addicted to Nicorette nicotine gum, Commit lozenges or e-cigarettes? ... " Nicorette did help me to quit cigarettes initially," she writes but "I have been addicted ... if the gum is causing this," writes a 48 year-old 3 year female user. ... on the tongue or mouth, oral cancers, bad breath, dry mouth, sore or ...
Apr 22, 2009 ... Nicotine gum can cause mouth cancer, scientists have claimed.
May 23, 2016 ... Many ex-smokers have developed an addiction to nicotine gum - with 10 per ... is released on chewing and absorbed through the tissues lining the mouth. ... that nicotine can promote cancer growth, it didn't cause the disease.
Jul 1, 2009 ... Surveillance for lung cancer, gastrointestinal cancer (including oral ... There is no doubt that tobacco smoking causes cancer (Anthonisen et al., 2005 ... of about 6,000 smokers found that nicotine gum can be used safely for up ...
Apr 24, 2009 ... Nicotine gums used to quit smoking may cause mouth cancer, according to ... can interact with a mutation that increases the risk of cancer.