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Nicotina: sus efectos sobre la salud

Sus mecanismos de acción, los efectos sobre los sistemas cardiovascular y nervioso central. La dependencia y su tratamientos disponibles.
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Autor/a: Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin Editorial Office, London WC1H 9JR, UK Fuente: BMJ 2014;349:2014.7.0264rep Nicotine and health
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