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Use of Nicotine to Stop Smoking
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Use of Nicotine to Stop Smoking
Many patients ask physicians to help them stop smoking. Since nicotine gum and patches were first marketed (Medical Letter, 26:47, 1984; 34:37, 1992), more data have become available on their effective use, and new formulations of the drug have ...more
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