Many cigar smokers don't inhale. But their risk for oral, throat, and
esophageal cancers is the same as for cigarette smokers.
Some cigar smokers do inhale. These smokers are more likely to have
oral, esophageal, or laryngeal cancer than people who don’t smoke.
Secondhand smoke from cigars gives off carcinogens. These are
chemicals that cause cancer. Cigar smoke has more of these chemicals than cigarette