Nicotine Addiction in Britain: A Report of the Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians
Royal College of Physicians, 2000 - Human services - 189 pages
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Physical and pharmacological effects of nicotine
Cardiovascular endocrine and metabolic effects
Psychological effects of nicotine and smoking in man
Is nicotine a drug of addiction?
the smokers career
Regulation of nicotine intake for smokers
The management of nicotine addiction
Regulatory approaches to tobacco products in Britain
Summary and recommendations
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