Response to the 2002, vol. 23, issue 3 article entitled Snuff use and smoking in U.S. men: implications for harm reduction

      The data in the article by Dr. Tomar
      • Tomar S.L.
      Snuff use and smoking in U.S. men implications for harm reduction.
      do not support the position taken that snuff (or smokeless) tobacco is unlikely to help men quit smoking cigarettes.
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        • Tomar S.L.
        Snuff use and smoking in U.S. men.
        Am J Prev Med. 2002; 23: 143-149

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