Association of Diabetes with Oral Cancer- an Enigmatic Correlation.

CONCLUSION: Thus the present population based study results suggest an inverse association of DM and oral cancer with metformin and negative association of habits with DM and Metformin in etiology of oral cancer. PMID: 32212811 [PubMed - in process]
Source: Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention - Category: Cancer & Oncology Tags: Asian Pac J Cancer Prev Source Type: research

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Authors: Markman RL, Conceição-Vasconcelos KG, Brandão TB, Prado-Ribeiro AC, Santos-Silva AR, Ajudarte Lopes M Abstract BACKGROUND: The aims of this study were to verify if head and neck radiotherapy (RT) is able to induce calcified carotid artery atheroma (CCAA) in a large head and neck cancer (HNC) population and also to compare the socio-demographic and clinical findings of patients with and without CCAA detected on panoramic radiographs. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Panoramic radiographs taken before and after head and neck radiotherapy (RT) of 180 HNC patients were selected and analyzed in or...
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