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Gum, patches help reluctant quitters smoke less

(Reuters Health) When smokers don't want to quit, nicotine gum or patches can help them smoke less, says a new study from Hong Kong.
And any reduction is good, because it means a lower dependence on nicotine, which will ultimately lead to an easier time quitting entirely, according to the researchers who conducted the study.
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