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In BMC Cancer this week, researchers in the US and Puerto Rico present results from a case-control study of the link between smoking and drinking and oral, potentially malignant disorders in Puerto Rico. The team analyzed the smoking and drinking habits of 86 patients diagnosed with an oral, potentially malignant disorder, and 155 with a benign oral tissue condition, and found that current smoking was a substantial risk factor for the malignant disorders.

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