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Fact: Two U.S. presidents and one member of the Beatles dealt with head and neck cancer.
His head and neck cancer cost him his vocal cords, but he’s not letting it take his voice. This doctor shares his story of throat cancer diagnosis and how being a laryngectomee has changed him.
With potential disfigurement and other difficult treatment side effects, survivors of these cancers need support, says one cancer researcher.
Here are some ways to spread education about this group of cancers, including social media campaigns and other resources.
HealthCentral spoke with Patrice, a 10-year cancer survivor, about her cancer journey and her tips for others going through similar diagnoses.
A cancer dietitian nutritionist shares her top tips for eating right during head and neck cancer treatment.
When Lisa lost part of her tongue to an aggressive throat cancer, she had to get creative about food. Here's her story.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with head and neck cancer, get to know these websites and organizations that offer support.
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.
Michael offers 10 tips from his experience with oropharyngeal cancer treatment, from how to get support to nutrition and oral care.