Marijuana Smoking May Cause Head and Neck Cancer
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- A new study has linked past marijuana smoking with an increased risk of
cancers of the head and neck.
- More tar is found in marijuana than in cigarettes, so marijuana smokers
have more exposure to cancer-causing agents.
- For those who have ever smoked marijuana, a dental visit twice a year can
catch precancerous lesions.
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