Friday, May 2, 2008

Chewing Tobacco and Ordinary Cigarettes

Us scientists found out that smokeless tobacco contains more carcinogens and increases the risk of cancer in comparison with ordinary cigarettes.

Researchers from the Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota found that inhaling or chewing tobacco increases the number of harmful molecules that cause pancreatic tumor, nasal mucosa.

As specialists inform, smokeless tobacco is no longer a safe alternative to regular smoking, it increases the risk of cancer.

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