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New research has shown that users of Swedish "snus" - an oral, smokeless tobacco - are twice as likely to contract pancreatic cancer as people who have never smoked.
Many Bangladeshis in the UK are unaware that smoking or chewing tobacco or betel quid increase the risk of developing mouth cancer - according to a new survey from the...
Some people who chew betel nut may be genetically more prone to mouth cancer, a new report in the British Journal of Cancer reveals1.