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The study shows really promising effects in reduction of smoking frequency and related benefits. It does indicate to therapeutic benefits of such cigarettes in smoking cessation. However, if low tobacco cigarettes have any specific benefits like reduction in incidence of lung cancer or COPD etc is still unknown. In such a scenario, is introduction of low nicotine cigarettes beneficial? Could making low cost - low nicotine cigarettes, thought of as 'harmless cigarettes' increase the number of smokers and subsequently greater probable associated diseases? Does the study provide evidence enough for manufacturing and marketing of low nicotine cigarettes?