Incidence of tobacco and alcohol-related cancers in western Europe.

Abstract

The relative importance of the tobacco and alcohol-related cancer burden varies across countries. Within western Europe, the incidence of lung cancer has a clearly different geographical pattern to the incidence of alcohol-related cancer. Each country's public health policies should take into account its own tobacco and alcohol-related morbidities. 

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