L. Daly

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A retrospective case-control study of 200 patients with head and neck cancer, and 200 controls matched for age and sex, confirmed the importance of tobacco and alcohol consumption in the aetiology of malignant tumours of the upper gastrointestinal and upper respiratory tracts. A male-female ratio of 3:1 was found, and the association of smoking with(More)
A RECENT STUDY of head and neck cancer in Ireland (Herity et al., 1981) confirmed that tobacco and alcohol consumption were significant risk factors in the development of cancer of the larynx; a heavy smoker had a risk almost 40 times that of a non-smoker and a heavy drinker had a 3-fold increase in risk over a non-drinker. Many other workers have described(More)
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