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will smokeless tobacco show up in drug trst?

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Dr. Susan Woods
34 years experience Internal Medicine
Absolutely: Whether you smoke or chew, you get tobacco chemicals in your mouth, and absorbed in your body. It depends on the test, as far as how long it will show positive for the test - saliva or blood or urine (or even hair). Want to pass the test? No tobacco, which is the healthiest choice for you!
Answered on Jan 14, 2014

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