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Smokeless tobacco use 1992–2002: trends and measurement in the Current Population Survey-Tobacco Use Supplements
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    US moist snuff consumption is increasing even if aggregate smokeless tobacco is declining

    Care is needed when using aggregate smokeless tobacco (SLT) consumption data to examine the potential for SLT being used as a potential reduced exposure product. As far as I am aware very few people, if any, are suggesting that traditional chewing tobacco be used as an aid to smoking cessation; any hopes in this area have been focused on moist smokeless tobacco (MST).

    Data from the US Alcohol and Tobacco Tax an...

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