In patients with advanced laryngeal cancer, younger patients and those residing in a county with a low median household income are more likely to receive surgical therapy, and females and married patients are at a lower risk of dying from cancer.
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Patients with cancer of the larynx who are treated at teaching and research hospitals that see high volumes of such patients are the least likely to die within a year of their diagnoses, researchers said at the annual meeting of the American Head and Neck Society.
For years, radical surgery was the only treatment for head and neck cancer (HNSCC).
A committee of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) here has concluded that there is enough scientific evidence to state that exposure to asbestos causes cancer of the larynx.
Consider this: Over the past two decades, data from both the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program and the National Cancer Database indicate that the survival rates for patients with laryngeal cancer have decreased.