Head and neck cancer treatment can lead to difficulties eating and communicating, but there is therapy available to help.
Common Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer
Fact: Two U.S. presidents and one member of the Beatles dealt with head and neck cancer diagnoses.
Oncologist Michael G. Moore, M.D., shares facts about this group of cancers, including symptoms, risk factors, and more.
When Lisa lost part of her tongue to an aggressive throat cancer, she had to get creative about food.
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If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with head and neck cancer, get to know these websites and organizations that can help.
Take these steps toward making healthy lifestyle changes that will help prevent head and neck cancers.
When it comes to solving problems, teamwork can make a world of difference. Here’s a look at who might be on your health care team if you have head and neck cancer.
Take the quiz to learn about the risk factors for this group of cancers, from oral cancer to throat cancer.
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.