Betel Quid Chewing Without Tobacco

  title={Betel Quid Chewing Without Tobacco},
  author={Han Song and Yi Wan and Yong-yong Xu},
  journal={Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health},
  pages={NP47 - NP57}
Betel quid without tobacco is an important factor influencing the incidences of oral cancer and precancer. This study systematically evaluated the associations between betel quid containing no tobacco and oral cancer and precancer, with implications for the prevention of oral cancer. We searched MEDLINE, ISI Web of Science, and EMBASE (to April 2011) and retrieved studies that investigated the relationship between chewing betel quid and oral cancer (or precancer). We performed a meta-analysis… 
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