The use of tobacco with lime, betel quid with tobacco, betel quid without tobacco, and areca nut has been classified as carcinogenic to humans.
What does BQT stand for?
BQT stands for Betel Quid with Tobacco (cancer research)
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- Boston Qualitative Scoring System
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Traditionally, chewing betel quid with tobacco was more common among the Kerala population irrespective of social class and caste.