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Nice try. Diabetes, strep throat, sinus infections, lung and liver disorders, and even throat or mouth cancers may cause chronic bad breath.

Nice try. Diabetes, strep throat, sinus infections, lung and liver disorders, and even throat or mouth cancers may cause chronic bad breath.

Nice try. Diabetes, strep throat, sinus infections, lung and liver disorders, and even throat or mouth cancers may cause chronic bad breath.

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Correct. Diabetes, strep throat, sinus infections, lung and liver disorders, and even throat or mouth cancers may cause chronic bad breath.

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