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Publication Name World Journal of Hepatology
Manuscript ID 3065
Country of Manuscript Source United Kingdom
Received
2013-04-05 11:18
Peer-Review Started
2013-04-06 16:18
To Make the First Decision
2013-05-23 17:17
Return for Revision
2013-05-24 11:57
Revised
2013-06-09 09:07
Second Decision
2013-07-05 10:42
Accepted by Journal Editor-in-Chief
Accepted by Company Editor-in-Chief
2013-07-05 12:52
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2013-08-23 16:45
Publish the Manuscript Online
2013-09-20 12:54
ISSN 1948-5182 (online)
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Specialty Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Manuscript Type Case Report
Article Title Alcohol and tobacco misuse: Reducing aerodigestive cancer risk
Manuscript Source Invited Manuscript
All Author List Gavin Wright and Marsha Y Morgan
Funding Agency and Grant Number
Corresponding author Dr. Marsha Y Morgan, UCL Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, Royal Free Campus, University College London Medical School, University College, Rowland Hill Street, Hampstead, London NW3 2PF, United Kingdom. marsha.morgan@ucl.ac.uk
Keywords Tobacco; Alcohol; Substance misuse; Co-dependence; Behavioural control; Early intervention; Preventive therapy; Aerodigestive cancer; Mortality
Core Tip What is already known? Most people who drink heavily also smoke; alcohol and smoking synergistically increase aerodigestive cancer risk; people with alcohol problems and/or liver injury, are supported to attain and maintain abstinence, from alcohol but much less effort is employed to help them achieve smoking cessation. What is the key message? Patients who maintain abstinence from alcohol remain at risk for aerodigestive cancers for several years, especially if they continue to smoke. How might it impact on future clinical practice? Smoking behaviour should be addressed in co-dependent individuals if the health benefits of long-term abstinence from alcohol are to be maximized.
Publish Date 2013-09-20 12:54
Citation Wright G, Morgan MY. Alcohol and tobacco misuse: Reducing aerodigestive cancer risk. World J Hepatol 2013; 5(8): 452-457
Url http://www.wjgnet.com/1948-5182/full/v5/i8/452.htm
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.4254/wjh.v5.i8.452
Full Article (PDF) WJH-5-452.pdf
Manuscript File 3065-Review.doc
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Peer-review Report 3065-Peer review.pdf
Scientific Editor Work List 3065-Scientific editor work list.doc