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Fact:
Chewing tobacco and snuff contain 28 carcinogens (cancer-causing agents).

Source:  National Cancer Institute. (1998) Questions and Answers About Smokeless Tobacco and Cancer, 1998. Bethesda, MD.


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Scientific evidence has shown that cancers of the oral cavity (lip, tongue, mouth, and throat), larynx, lung, and esophagus are associated with cigar smoking. Furthermore, evidence strongly suggests a link between cigar smoking and cancer of the pancreas.
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photoRemember what you used to smell like. Stay close to the QuitNet, read the info, talk to others, tell yourself NOPE - not one puff ever! Smoking is not an option!
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