I stopped smoking on july 2 but never was able to stop taking the gum. I am obviously addicted to the gum. If I didn't take the gum I feel sure I would start smoking again. Can anyone speak to the health risk of continuously chewing the gum. I sometimes feel a burning sensation in my throat. Thanks
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