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Hi. My name is Erik. I'm happily married and love my job, until I decided to try something new that my coworkers have been telling me about.
I've been chewing for 3 years now. One night I had gotten up to see why my mouth had been hurting, and i had noticed ulcers on my gums. I went to the emergency room only to get the new that I had oral cancer...
Due to my worsened condition i had to have my lower jaw removed. I no longer can eat or drink the way i could before. Don't do what I did. Let my lesson show you that chewing tobacco won't help you. It'll change your life.
Chewing tobacco is more deadly than it may seem. Mouth, tongue, cheek, esophagus, and pancreatic cancers are some of the results of chewing such a product.
Polonium 210 (nuclear waste), cadmium (used in car batteries), and formaldehyde (embalming fluid) are only some of the ingredients used to make the little can that you see at the corner market.
Don't let a loved one fall into the trap of chewing tabacco. Teach them now so they won't have to learn later. For more information please visit www.enditnow.com to prevent a disaster before it happens...
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