Using nicotrol (nicotine patch) to stop smoking but is it also cancerious?

Not carcinogenic. Nicotrol (nicotine patch) is just nicoine, and nicotine by itself is not known to be carcinogenic. However, if you are worried, best thing to do is to taper off Nicotrol (nicotine patch) after successful with stop smoking.

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Can using nicotrol (nicotine patch) to stop smoking cause cancer?

Not Believed to Be. Nicotine is not considered an express carcinogen despite its addictive potential in association with known carcinogens (ie, tobacco). Read more...
No. Not that i know of - much more likely to reduce cancer risk if replacing cigarettes. Read more...

I quit smoking but how much health problem does using nicotine patch cause?

Slow growth is good. The patch replaces the nicotine from smoking. The patch is much less harmful than continuing to smoke. One day at a time works best. If you wean off very gently, and use mutual support, you may find that recovery is possible. Consider attending a meeting of nicotine anonymous. Read more...

I'm ready to quit smoking. Nicotine patch-- how does that work?

Slow growth is good. One day at a time works best. If you wean off very gently, and use mutual support, you may find that recovery is possible. Consider attending a meeting of nicotine anonymous. Read more...