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Does chewing tobacco have a huge risk of causing oral cancer?

8 doctors weighed in
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Oral cancer has multiple risk factors - chewing tobacco is one additional risk factor and should be avoided.

In brief: Yes

Oral cancer has multiple risk factors - chewing tobacco is one additional risk factor and should be avoided.
Dr. David Schneider
Dr. David Schneider
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Dr. Thomas Davis
Dentistry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Cancer

Positively yes.

In brief: Cancer

Positively yes.
Dr. Thomas Davis
Dr. Thomas Davis
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Dr. Jayant Ginde
Radiation Oncology

In brief: Yes

Chewing tobacco does increase the risk of oral and pharyngeal cancer.
The risk is increased if you also smoke and drink alcoholic beverages in excess which most tobacco chewers do.

In brief: Yes

Chewing tobacco does increase the risk of oral and pharyngeal cancer.
The risk is increased if you also smoke and drink alcoholic beverages in excess which most tobacco chewers do.
Dr. Jayant Ginde
Dr. Jayant Ginde
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