A look at the impact of delays in postoperative head and neck (HN) chemoradiotherapy on survival rates.
Survivors of Head and Neck Cancer Can Experience Long-Lasting Cognitive Impairment
Head and neck cancer survivors have neurocognitive sequelae up to two years after definitive chemoradiotherapy or radiation treatment.
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Resistance Training During Chemoradiotherapy Safe for Patients with HNSCC
Progressive resistance training is also associated with high patient satisfaction
Head and Neck Expert Dr. Jonas T. Johnson Warns Against CRT Overuse
Dr. Johnson gave the presentation at COSM 2011.
Lecturer Warns Against Overuse of CRT: Says many early-stage laryngeal cancer patients overtreated
Chemoradiation therapy (CRT) for head and neck cancer is overused at some centers in patients with early-stage laryngeal cancer, and more care should be taken not to overtreat patients with therapy that can have toxic effects, said invited lecturer Jonas Johnson, MD, at the Annual Meeting of the Triological Society, held here on April 29 as part of the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings.
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