H Forchammer

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The aim of this study was to examine any dose response effect of 2 and 4 mg nicotine gum (Nicorette) as well as the effect of the treatment in relation to a control group. One hundred seventy-two cigarette smokers were randomly allocated to group counselling and 2 mg- (n = 62) or 4 mg- (n = 54) nicotine chewing gum or to an "advice only" control group (n =(More)
We studied the effectiveness of chewing gum containing nicotine, in combination with group counseling, for subjects who were attempting to stop smoking. We used the Horn-Russell scale, based on a smoking questionnaire, to measure dependence on cigarettes; 173 smokers were grouped as highly dependent on nicotine or as having medium to low degrees of(More)
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