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Head and neck

Katie Kosko
Nutrition plays a crucial role in the lives of people with cancer. But more than a million people suffering from the disease in the United States also endure a wasting syndrome called cachexia.
Michael D. Becker
Michael D. Becker, cancer survivor and author of “A Walk With Purpose: Memoir of a Bioentrepreneur” discusses how he realized that he had head and neck cancer.
 
Jason Harris
Patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) saw an improvement or stabilization in quality of life when they were treated with Opdivo.
Silas Inman
Patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (SCCHC) and those with melanoma saw some promising activity with the drug combination of epacadostat and Opdivo (nivolumab), according to findings from the phase 1/2 ECHO-204 study presented at the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting.
Gina Columbus
Smoking is a risk factor for a number of different types of head and neck cancers, but quitting is not always easy.
Danielle Bucco
Minimally invasive approaches are being explored to lower associated adverse events and, overall, improve patient outcomes for patients with head and neck cancer.
Angelica Welch
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.
Angelica Welch
The number of positive lymph nodes can help guide treatment for  locally advanced head and neck cancer, according to a recent study.
Brielle Urciuoli
"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. 
Danielle Bucco
Researchers at the University of Michigan are hoping to improve the survival rates for laryngeal cancer.
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