Tobacco harm reduction: an alternative cessation strategy for inveterate smokers

This report provides eviews the epidemiologic evidence for low health risks associated with smokeless use, both in absolute terms and in comparison to the much higher risks of smoking. The report also describes evidence that smokeless tobacco has served as an effective substitute for cigarettes among Swedish men, who consequently have among the lowest smoking-related mortality rates in the developed world.

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Published: 2006 By: Brad Rodu (USA) , Tobacco Harm Reduction Research, School of Medicine, University of Louisville By: William T Godshall (USA) , Smokefree Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
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