Effects of Chewing Tobacco on the Liver?

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The effects of chewing tobacco on the liver include DNA damage and the induction of harmful enzymes. Chewing tobacco can make it difficult for your liver to detoxify itself. It may also cause further damage to a liver harmed by alcohol.
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