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Published in Clinical Dentistry

Journal Scan / Research · December 07, 2021

Changing Smoking Habits and Public Policy on Smoking May Have Some Effect on Reducing Orofacial Cleft Incidence

PloS One

 

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PloS One
The impact of changing cigarette smoking habits and smoke-free legislation on orofacial cleft incidence in the United Kingdom: Evidence from two time-series studies
PLoS ONE 2021 Dec 01;16(11)e0259820, M Fell, C Russell, J Medina, T Gillgrass, S Chummun, ARM Cobb, J Sandy, Y Wren, A Wills, SJ Lewis

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