Taste of nicotine

Taste of nicotine

Professor Fredrik H Nyström teaches future doctor at Linköping University and has long been a very productive researcher. A researcher who manages to combine his own research with writing more accessible popular science texts.

In our essay series HEALTH, Fredrik explores the issue of smoke-free nicotine consumption.

Fredrik H Nyström Nilsson presents his essay

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