New lower nicotine cigarettes can produce compensatory smoking and increased carbon monoxide exposure.

@article{Strasser2007NewLN,
  title={New lower nicotine cigarettes can produce compensatory smoking and increased carbon monoxide exposure.},
  author={Andrew A. Strasser and Caryn Lerman and Paul M Sanborn and Wallace B. Pickworth and Eric A. Feldman},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2007},
  volume={86 2-3},
  pages={294-300}
}
Potential reduced exposure products (PREPs) are marketed as a means to reduce exposure to tobacco toxicants. Quest cigarettes, a new type of PREP, use genetically modified tobacco to provide a nicotine step-down approach, and are available as 0.6, 0.3 and 0.05 mg nicotine cigarettes. However, these cigarettes deliver equivalent levels of tar (10 mg). Prior research on low nicotine cigarettes suggests smokers will compensate for lower nicotine delivery by increasing their puffing behavior to… CONTINUE READING
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