Tobacco smoking, alcohol drinking, betel quid chewing, and the risk of head and neck cancer in an East Asian population

@article{Lee2019TobaccoSA,
  title={Tobacco smoking, alcohol drinking, betel quid chewing, and the risk of head and neck cancer in an East Asian population},
  author={Yuan-Chin Amy Lee and Shuang Li and Yuji Chen and Qian Li and Chien-Jen Chen and Wan-Lun Hsu and Pei-Jen Lou and Cairong Zhu and Jian Pan and Hongbing Shen and Hongxia Ma and Lin Cai and Baochang He and Yu Wang and Xiaoyan Zhou and Qing-hai Ji and Baosen Zhou and Wei Wu and Jie Ma and Paolo Boffetta and Zuo-Feng Zhang and Min Dai and Mia Hashibe},
  journal={Head \& Neck},
  year={2019},
  volume={41},
  pages={102 - 92}
}
The smoking prevalence among men in China is high, but the head and neck cancer incidence rates are low. This study's purpose was to investigate the impact of tobacco, betel quid, and alcohol on head and neck cancer risk in East Asia. 

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