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It is unlikely that any new cigarette products that require inhaling smoke can be much better than current cigarettes. It is possible to imagine new products reducing risks by 10% or 20%, but that still leaves a lot of risk, and is not very impressive compared to over 95%. Cigarette companies have experimented with substitute cigarettes that heat the tobacco, rather than burning it, to release the nicotine, which is then inhaled. It is possible that the risks from these would be much less than from burning tobacco, but we will never really know unless they become popular and we can actually observe the health effects.

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Though many products contain nicotine, we emphasize and , particularly the kind in packets or hard lozenges, because theyprovide nicotine in a way that can satisfy most smokers, with , and are . Chewing tobacco and loose moist snuff have the same low health effects, but are harder for most smokers to consider using because of the appearance and the need to spit. There are some other products that are worth mentioning.

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These products are specifically designed to help people and all other nicotine use, by tapering down the amount of nicotine consumed. If someone wants to quit using nicotine entirely, and these products can help, then that is great. Unfortunately, the research shows that using pharmaceutical nicotine products to quit smokingresults in failure more than 90% of the time.

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We emphasize that limitation mainly because the research and comparative risk information we give applies to currently-available moist snuff and chewing tobacco products. Since most of our readers will not have easy access to other smokeless tobacco products, this is mostly a technical point. But for those who might use other products you should know that they might entail a greater risk.

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Products that include tobacco are dipped as snuff in and near India, Sudan (where it is called toombak), and elsewhere in the world. Some of these products include other major ingredients, like betel nut, and the manufacturing processes probably vary substantially. The scientific evidence suggests that some of these products pose a high risk for oral cancer, possibly as high as the oral cancer from smoking. They may also cause other risks that have not yet been studied. The reason this differs from U.S. and Swedish products is not known; it could be due to the other ingredients, or something about the processing.

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More and more people are using NRTs as a substitute for smoking, in much the same way they might use ST. Instead of using the products for a few weeks or months to try to quit entirely, they use them for a long time to get the nicotine without the smoke. Unfortunately, because the products are designed for quitting nicotine entirely, they are designed to provide a slow dose of nicotine that most smokers do not consider sufficiently satisfying. Furthermore, they are usually much more expensive than tobacco products. That said, for any smoker that finds them to be adequate (and does not mind the price), we encourage him or her to use them instead of smoking.

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Another class of products are non-modern Western products, particularly dry snuff. Dry snuff is no longer popular or widely available, so there is not much point in suggesting it as a substitute for smoking. There is some speculation that older dry snuff products created greater health risks than modern moist snuff. The that found an association with oral cancer looked at subjects who used dry snuff in the early- and mid-20th century. There are many explanations for that study result, and we will never know if that old product really did cause disease risks that current products do not. Fortunately, it hardly matters: no one is using mid-20th century dry snuff anymore.