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Head and neck
As the treatment landscape of head and neck cancer has changed significantly over the past year, immunotherapy has emerged as a key player in patient care.
The number of positive lymph nodes can help guide treatment for locally advanced head and neck cancer, according to a recent study.
"Telenutrition" programs can help high-risk patients who do not otherwise have access to a registered dietician, according to a recent study and program launched at the Carolinas HealthCare System.
Researchers at the University of Michigan are hoping to improve the survival rates for laryngeal cancer.
NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly discusses how cancer touched his family and his involvement in Your Cancer Game Plan.
There is a need to find biomarkers that may help predict recurrence in HPV+ oropharyngeal cancer, says Matthew E. Spector, M.D.
From publications to one-on-one interactions, SPOHNC offers caregivers, patients and survivors of oral, head and neck cancer support they need to navigate their diagnosis.
CURE spoke with Carly O’Brien about some of the best tips and resources to deal with some of the challenges of head and neck cancer.
Immunotherapy agents are drastically changing the treatment landscape – and outcomes – of patients with head and neck cancers.
A four-step approach proved to be beneficial in offering psychosocial support to patients with head and neck cancer.
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Oral Complications of Chemotherapy and Head/Neck Radiation (PDQ®)
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Expert-reviewed information summary about oral complications, such as mucositis and salivary gland dysfunction, that occur in cancer patients treated with chemotherapy or radiation therapy to the head and neck.