Reducing nicotine - research by Eric C Donny, Natalie Walker, Dorothy Hatsukami and Chris Bullen

Decades of research suggest that nicotine drives the use of cigarettes and other forms of combusted tobacco. Large reductions in nicotine content could dramatically reduce reinforcement from and dependence on cigarettes. In this article, academics, Dr Eric C Donny, Assoc Prof Natalie Walker, Dr Dorothy Hatsukami and Prof Chris Bullen, summarise the potential benefits of reducing nicotine in
combusted tobacco and address some of the common concerns. 


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