Chewing Tobacco and Cancer?

Answer There is a difference between low risk and no risk. The two cigarettes a day is not based on any empirical evidence, just a good guess. Dipping once a week or so would probably be OK.

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Can I be addicted to chewing tobacco at 13?

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How to Quit Chewing Tobacco?

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How to Make Chewing Tobacco?

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How bad is chewing tobacco just one tin?

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