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T1 Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Retromolar TrigoneThe picture on the right shows a T1 squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity in the region of the retromolar trigone.   The patient had a 30 pack year history of smoking an a two month history of feeling a lump in her throat. 
 
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Floor of Mouth (Oral Cavity) T1 Squamous Cell CarcinomaThe picture on the right shows a T1 squamous cell carcinoma on the floor of the mouth.  The patient was a 60 yr old male and had a 50 pack your history of smoking.  The cancer blocked the submaxillary salivary gland duct.  The gland swelled and presented as a mass in his upper neck. 

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pseudoepithelial hyperplasia mimics a squamous cell carcinomaThe picture on the right shows a large white lesion which mimics a T2 squamous cell carcinoma on the upper gingival buccal sulcus and hard palate.   The leukoplakia extends anteriorly in the gingival buccal sulcus.  The patient is a 75 year old male with a 90 pack year history of smoking.  The patient quite smoking 15 years previously.  The patient also used 1/3 of a pouch per day of tobacco for the last 65 years.    The lesion was biopsied which revealed pseudoepithelial hyperplasia from candidiasis. 

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About the Book:  The Cigarette Papers
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Synopsis 
"Several thousand pages of documents from the Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company . . . were sent anonymously in mid-1994 to Stanton A. Glantz, an antismoking campaigner and a faculty member at the medical school of the University of California, San Francisco. . . . {This volume is} an edited compendium of these documents with commentary, together with other Brown & Williamson materials obtained by a Congressional subcommittee and certain private papers provided by a former research director at the company's parent, B.A.T. Industries." (NY Times Book Rev) Bibliography. Indexes.

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On May 12, 1994, a package containing 4,000 pages of secret internal tobacco industry documents arrived at the office of Professor Stanton Glantz at the University of California, San Francisco. The anonymous source of these "cigarette papers" was identified in the return address only as "Mr. Butts" - presumably a reference to the Doonesbury cartoon character. These documents provide a shocking inside account of the activities of one tobacco company, Brown & Williamson, and its multinational parent, British American Tobacco, over more than thirty years. The Cigarette Papers provides the definitive examination of these striking documents, combined with other material subpoenaed by Congress and obtained by Professor Glantz. Quoting extensively from the papers and adding needed background and context, this book offers a keyhole view of the tobacco industry, promising to fundamentally change the public's perception of the industry, of tobacco litigation, and of public policy making.

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