I Am An Occasional Smoker. Do I Need To Declare Myself As A Tobacco User?

The answer to this question is, yes. Whether you’re a regular smoker or smoke occasionally, you must always declare yourself as a tobacco user as this fall under the smoker category of any cancer policy. Lying about your smoking habits can lead to severe consequences in the long-run like denial of claims.

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