DipStop’s Quit Dipping Program
DipStop graciously donated their Quit Dipping Program to us and has offered it to you as a free download. Click on the link below to download the PDF to your computer. The full program including the manual, a CD, a supply of BaccOff and the Nico-Free herbal drops can be purchased off their website.
Links to other how to quit dipping sites
A number of resources are available on the Internet to help you quit dipping once and for all. Below is a list of the quit dipping sites we recommend:
- Smokeless Tobacco and How To Quit from the American Cancer Society- Thorough document on smokeless tobacco, its risk factors, how to quit dipping, plus much more.
- Smokeless Tobacco from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research- Overview of smokeless tobacco, information on how to quit dipping, plus links to additional free government resources.
- Smokeless Tobacco: A Guide for Quitting from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
- Smokeless Tobacco from the National Cancer Institute- Free information on how to quit dipping and key points and facts on smokeless tobacco.
Links to more information on smokeless tobacco and oral cancer
- Mouth-Tongue-Gum-Throat-Cancer.com– Site provides an overview of all types of oral cancer, including the areas of the mouth, tongue, gum and throat, their causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment. Also provides tons of links to research, studies and articles on oral cancer and smokeless tobacco.
- Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Cancer Detailed Guide from the American Cancer Society-An in depth analysis of oral cancer that includes information on statistics, risk factors, causes, prevention, detection, diagnosis, staging, treating and post treatment.
- Cancer Facts and Figures 2012 from the American Cancer Society- A document with statistics and information on all different types of cancer, including oral cancer.
- What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer from The National Cancer Institute- Overview of all that causes oral cancer plus what is involved in its treatment.