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Head & Neck Cancer

Head & Neck Cancer
April is a head and neck cancer awareness month. Approximately 59,340 new cases of head and neck cancer will be diagnosed in 2015, according to the American Cancer Society, and 12,290 deaths from these cancers are expected this year.
Head & Neck CancerPatient Stories
Lee Tomlinson shares his journey being diagnosed with cancer. His experience showed him the value of having a nurse navigator and the importance of psychosocial care.
Hero of HopeHead & Neck Cancer
The day Mr. Caldarella was diagnosed with stage IV head and neck cancer in April 2010 was also the day he began thinking of creating a foundation to help other patients with cancer.
Head & Neck CancerPatient Stories
Paige Lewis recalls being told that she has cancer.
Head & Neck CancerPatient Stories
“As the CEO of a biotechnology company involved in cancer drugs development, I was familiar with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer,” says Michael Becker, who was himself diagnosed with stage IV oropharyngeal cancer.
Head & Neck Cancer
If you have cancer in the head or neck, you may have difficulty chewing, swallowing, or other treatment-related issues that can lead to malnutrition. Although eating may not be pleasurable now, it’s your lifeline during treatment and beyond.
Esophageal CancerHead & Neck Cancer
Here are the drugs and financial support services available to patients receiving treatment for Head & Neck Cancer/Esophageal Cancer.
Family MembersHead & Neck Cancer
Joyce Karney writes poetically about the pain of losing her soul mate Glenn, and the struggle of adapting to a new life without him.

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