Get the latest medically reviewed information on head and neck cancer, including diagnosis, risk factors, treatment, and patient stories.
It's the most common sexually transmitted infection. And it's a rising cause of throat cancer. How can you protect yourself?
Treatment for these cancers can leave you without an appetite and with trouble eating normally. But there are still ways to eat well to stay as healthy as possible. Here, a cancer dietitian nutritionist shares her top tips.
Bruce, a dentist with 40 years of experience, knew the importance of oral cancer screening. But he never expected to be diagnosed with the cancer himself.
Head and neck cancer is a group of different cancers in the mouth, nose, and throat. Learn about the main types here.
A care plan ensures that you and your doctors are on the same page about your post-cancer treatment.
Anne Pirrera’s throat cancer had returned when she learned she had non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Here she talks about living with two cancer types.
When Lisa lost part of her tongue to an aggressive throat cancer, she had to get creative about food.
Sheila Mulrooney Eldred has written for The New York Times, Nature, FiveThirtyEight, STAT News, and other publications.
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Trismus, or “lockjaw,” is a common complication for people with head and neck cancer. Here’s why it happens and what you can do about it.
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