Should the BC government put an end to their plan to finance a 12 week supply of nicotine gum/patches or prescription pills for smokers?

  • Taking away tax payers money for nothing.

    It's not feasible since the it's proven that the nicotine gum/patches don't work and may even cause further addiction. As well, many side effects can occur which does more harm than good. It's a waste of money on useless tactics to help smokers quit. Here are some of the side effects, • constipation
    • diarrhea
    • dizziness
    • fatigue
    • headache
    • insomnia (difficulty sleeping)
    • irritability
    • mild itching, burning, redness, or tingling in the area where the patch was applied
    • upset stomach

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