A recently published study involving patients with head and neck cancer supports data showing that depression contributes to premature mortality in general, as well as in patients with cancer in particular
Articles tagged with "head and neck cancer"
Emerging evidence shows that the demographic profile of groups at risk of oral HPV infections and OSCC is linked to cumulative exposure to oral sexual activity
The treatment of FA-associated HNSCC is difficult secondary to the poor tolerance of radiation and chemotherapy
The surgeon’s volume and the patient’s living conditions are crucial and independent factors in endocrine cancer management
pCLE allows for differentiation of normal mucosa, dysplasia, and invasive SCCA with high accuracy and reliability
What is the utility of 12- and 24-month PET-CT surveillance in detecting recurrence in patients with head and neck cancer?
Does percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) use cause dysphagia in head and neck cancer patients? Background: PEG use is common in patients who undergo radiotherapy for head and neck cancer to maintain weight and nutrition during treatment. However, the true effect of PEG use on weight maintenance and its potential impact on long-term dysphagia outcomes have […]
Balancing the risks and benefits of concurrent reirradiation and chemotherapy for recurrent head and neck cancers is difficult for physicians at even the most experienced centers. Research recently published in Cancer, however, suggests that selection of patients who may benefit from this therapy should be based on the patient’s previous treatment and the amount of time that has elapsed since initial treatment…