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  • As Otolaryngologist/Head and Neck surgeons we use specialized robots, surgeon controlled—camera and mechanical arms (small), to perform complex and delicate procedures such as removing benign and malignant tumors from the back of the throat (pharynx/larynx) depending on the case. Just another cool 😎 thing about my job. Video borrowed from YouTube.
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    Michigan Medicine

    As Otolaryngologist/Head and Neck surgeons we use specialized robots, surgeon controlled—camera and mechanical arms (small), to perform complex and delicate procedures such as removing benign and malignant tumors from the back of the throat (pharynx/larynx) depending on the case. Just another cool 😎 thing about my job. Video borrowed from YouTube.

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  • Went in for my pre-radiation dental visit and left with 2 fewer teeth. 🤷 I no longer have wisdom teeth! Wasn't expecting all that but here we are!

Fun fact: radiation to the head/neck area damages the parotid gland, which is the salivary gland that produces your continuous, watery saliva that keeps your mouth moist and cleans your teeth of debris. Therefore, after radiation you're at a higher risk of cavities. So next week I get a filling on a suspicious tooth.
Radiation also damages the blood supply to the jaw bone, making it prone to necrotic infections and fractures, so any procedures that need to be done should be done prior to starting radiation treatment to minimize this risk. Hence me leaving with 2 fewer teeth! 
Mad props to the 4th year maxillofacial Dental School student Anderson who pulled these bad boys out in under 15 minutes, while playing some reggae to keep me chill. 
#fuckcancer #cancersucks #cancerwarrior #headandneckcancerawareness #headandneckcancer #oralcancer #tonguecancer #radiation #radiationtherapy #dentist
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    Went in for my pre-radiation dental visit and left with 2 fewer teeth. 🤷 I no longer have wisdom teeth! Wasn't expecting all that but here we are!

    Fun fact: radiation to the head/neck area damages the parotid gland, which is the salivary gland that produces your continuous, watery saliva that keeps your mouth moist and cleans your teeth of debris. Therefore, after radiation you're at a higher risk of cavities. So next week I get a filling on a suspicious tooth.
    Radiation also damages the blood supply to the jaw bone, making it prone to necrotic infections and fractures, so any procedures that need to be done should be done prior to starting radiation treatment to minimize this risk. Hence me leaving with 2 fewer teeth!
    Mad props to the 4th year maxillofacial Dental School student Anderson who pulled these bad boys out in under 15 minutes, while playing some reggae to keep me chill.
    #fuckcancer #cancersucks #cancerwarrior #headandneckcancerawareness #headandneckcancer #oralcancer #tonguecancer #radiation #radiationtherapy #dentist

  •  45  13  13 hours ago
  • “One small crack does not mean that you are broken; it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart.” -Linda Poindexter.
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Kintsukuroi is a centuries-old Japanese tradition/art of mending broken pottery with gold. It is understood that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken. .
Thanks to the Club Hope Foundation for giving me the opportunity to provide hope to cancer patients in the greater Pittsburgh area. Visit Club Hope Foundation's Facebook page for more info.
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Photos courtesy of Amber D'Addio at www.ForeverAmberPhotography.com
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#cancerwarrior #headandneckcancer #laryngealcancer #laryngectomylife
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    “One small crack does not mean that you are broken; it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart.” -Linda Poindexter.
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    Kintsukuroi is a centuries-old Japanese tradition/art of mending broken pottery with gold. It is understood that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken. .
    Thanks to the Club Hope Foundation for giving me the opportunity to provide hope to cancer patients in the greater Pittsburgh area. Visit Club Hope Foundation's Facebook page for more info.
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    Photos courtesy of Amber D'Addio at www.ForeverAmberPhotography.com
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    #cancerwarrior #headandneckcancer #laryngealcancer #laryngectomylife

  •  191  26  16 September, 2019
  • I’m somewhere in my 3rd week using TriPlex.  I tried the Pink drink several years back, but didn’t really feel a difference.  So about 4 1/2 weeks ago I just messaged a lady I had followed for about 2 years & decided I’d give them a real try. I have hypothyroidism causes from radiation && still have some hormonal symptoms.  I’ve already had improvements on both, but it’s the difference it’s making in my thyroid probs that I’m REALLY thankful for.  The every day difference!!! Today I wondered...what if I didn’t have HT!? How good would this be then? Lol I already have more to do than I’d like to sometimes, but...it’s really helping me and You know...this is for me & I’d love to share with you!! If you’d like to know more just DM me.  Also. My link is in my bio.
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    @65missrebecca

    I’m somewhere in my 3rd week using TriPlex. I tried the Pink drink several years back, but didn’t really feel a difference. So about 4 1/2 weeks ago I just messaged a lady I had followed for about 2 years & decided I’d give them a real try. I have hypothyroidism causes from radiation && still have some hormonal symptoms. I’ve already had improvements on both, but it’s the difference it’s making in my thyroid probs that I’m REALLY thankful for. The every day difference!!! Today I wondered...what if I didn’t have HT!? How good would this be then? Lol I already have more to do than I’d like to sometimes, but...it’s really helping me and You know...this is for me & I’d love to share with you!! If you’d like to know more just DM me. Also. My link is in my bio.

  •  15  2  16 September, 2019
  • День открытых дверей пройдет в клиническом институте имени Свержевского
16/09/2019
Свержевского фото из группы ФБ

День открытых дверей, посвященный ранней диагностике рака и предраковых заболеваний гортани, пройдет в научно-исследовательском клиническом институте имени Свержевского во вторник, 17 сентября. Информация об этом появилась на официальном сайте медицинского учреждения.

Акция в клиническом институте приурочена к седьмой Европейской неделе ранней диагностики рака головы и шеи. Своевременное обнаружение предонкологического процесса может сыграть решающую роль в сохранении здоровья пациента. Среди заболеваний уха, горла и носа хронические ларингиты составляют 8,4%, доброкачественные новообразования гортани встречаются в 55 – 70% случаев, и в трех-восьми процентах они могут переродиться в злокачественные, если вовремя не начать лечение.

Прийти на День открытых дверей может любой желающий по предварительной записи по номеру телефона: 8 (495) 633-91-39. Начало в 09:00, окончание в 15:00. Адрес: Загородное шоссе, дом 18А, строение 2.

Фото: официальная страница НИКИО имени Свержевского в ФБ
http://gazeta-moy-rayon-donskoy.ru/2019/09/16/53870/ #свержского @nikio_sverzjevsky #международныйсоюзпациентов #ракголовыишеи #онкологиянеприговор  @MakeSenseCmpn #headandneckcancer #makesensecampaign
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    ГБУЗ " НИКИО им Л.И.Свержевского "

    День открытых дверей пройдет в клиническом институте имени Свержевского
    16/09/2019
    Свержевского фото из группы ФБ

    День открытых дверей, посвященный ранней диагностике рака и предраковых заболеваний гортани, пройдет в научно-исследовательском клиническом институте имени Свержевского во вторник, 17 сентября. Информация об этом появилась на официальном сайте медицинского учреждения.

    Акция в клиническом институте приурочена к седьмой Европейской неделе ранней диагностики рака головы и шеи. Своевременное обнаружение предонкологического процесса может сыграть решающую роль в сохранении здоровья пациента. Среди заболеваний уха, горла и носа хронические ларингиты составляют 8,4%, доброкачественные новообразования гортани встречаются в 55 – 70% случаев, и в трех-восьми процентах они могут переродиться в злокачественные, если вовремя не начать лечение.

    Прийти на День открытых дверей может любой желающий по предварительной записи по номеру телефона: 8 (495) 633-91-39. Начало в 09:00, окончание в 15:00. Адрес: Загородное шоссе, дом 18А, строение 2.

    Фото: официальная страница НИКИО имени Свержевского в ФБ
    http://gazeta-moy-rayon-donskoy.ru/2019/09/16/53870/ #свержского @nikio_sverzjevsky #международныйсоюзпациентов #ракголовыишеи #онкологиянеприговор @MakeSenseCmpn #headandneckcancer #makesensecampaign

  •  19  0  16 September, 2019
  • Head, Neck & Mouth Cancer Awareness Day! 
Wednesday 18th September 2019.
This is now one of the top cancers. Keep an eye on yourself & loved ones. Nobody should have to experience what I've gone through with the two most important men in my life.... I've been blessed twice that both of you are still here with me, & I love you so much XX
#headandneckcancer #cancerawareness #mouthcancer
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    @thepengalleries

    Head, Neck & Mouth Cancer Awareness Day!
    Wednesday 18th September 2019.
    This is now one of the top cancers. Keep an eye on yourself & loved ones. Nobody should have to experience what I've gone through with the two most important men in my life.... I've been blessed twice that both of you are still here with me, & I love you so much XX
    #headandneckcancer #cancerawareness #mouthcancer

  •  17  2  16 September, 2019
  • Just last week (September 10), police call handler Paula Willis and work colleagues completed a gruelling 26-mile walk around Rutland Water, a local reservoir, in just over nine hours to raise funds for the Throat Cancer Foundation.⁠
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Talking about the challenge, Paula said: “It was one of the hardest things I’ve done in a long while but to be able to complete it with friends and raise awareness of throat cancer was all worth the pain.⁠
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“So far we have raised £2,000 which is an amazing amount and I’m so grateful for everyone who has donated."⁠
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Demand hub worker Paula had already been through an ordeal when her husband Paul, 65, was diagnosed with mouth cancer 15 years ago.⁠
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That is, until the 48-year-old discovered she herself had throat cancer in September last year.⁠
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Paula, from Rutland, in the Midlands, used her experience as an emergency call handler for the police to stay as calm as possible after her devastating diagnosis.⁠
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“Staying positive is key, I was adamant from the outset that I would be fine and I would beat it," she revealed.⁠
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Quickly after her diagnosis, Paula had tonsillectomy surgery and had to have all of her upper teeth removed.⁠
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She also had to have a peg tube fitted as she was unable to eat, before starting her gruelling chemotherapy and radiotherapy in November 2018.⁠
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“I had six sessions of chemo and 30 sessions of radiotherapy,” Paula said. “I finished in the 21st of December, which was right before Christmas.”⁠
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“Speaking on the phone is quite hard some days. But it is what it is – you’ve just got to get on with it.”⁠
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#ThroatCancerAwareness #Survivorstories #CancerJourney #Charity #bravery #mouthcancer #headandneckcancer #Throatcancerfoundation⁠
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    Just last week (September 10), police call handler Paula Willis and work colleagues completed a gruelling 26-mile walk around Rutland Water, a local reservoir, in just over nine hours to raise funds for the Throat Cancer Foundation.⁠

    Talking about the challenge, Paula said: “It was one of the hardest things I’ve done in a long while but to be able to complete it with friends and raise awareness of throat cancer was all worth the pain.⁠

    “So far we have raised £2,000 which is an amazing amount and I’m so grateful for everyone who has donated."⁠

    Demand hub worker Paula had already been through an ordeal when her husband Paul, 65, was diagnosed with mouth cancer 15 years ago.⁠

    That is, until the 48-year-old discovered she herself had throat cancer in September last year.⁠

    Paula, from Rutland, in the Midlands, used her experience as an emergency call handler for the police to stay as calm as possible after her devastating diagnosis.⁠

    “Staying positive is key, I was adamant from the outset that I would be fine and I would beat it," she revealed.⁠

    Quickly after her diagnosis, Paula had tonsillectomy surgery and had to have all of her upper teeth removed.⁠

    She also had to have a peg tube fitted as she was unable to eat, before starting her gruelling chemotherapy and radiotherapy in November 2018.⁠

    “I had six sessions of chemo and 30 sessions of radiotherapy,” Paula said. “I finished in the 21st of December, which was right before Christmas.”⁠

    “Speaking on the phone is quite hard some days. But it is what it is – you’ve just got to get on with it.”⁠

    #ThroatCancerAwareness #Survivorstories #CancerJourney #Charity #bravery #mouthcancer #headandneckcancer #Throatcancerfoundation

  •  19  0  16 September, 2019
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👉RADIATION AND THYROID CARCINOGENESIS ( radiación y carcinogénesis en patología tiroidea).
Radiation exposure of the thyroid, especially during childhood, is the most clearly defined environmental factor associated with benign and malignant thyroid lesions.
• The thyroid gland is among the most radiation-sensitive tissues in the body. Excess cancers occur at doses < 100 mGy
• The risk of thyroid cancer following radiation exposure relates to radiation dose and age After low-dose exposure, there is a linear-dose response curve
• The risk of thyroid cancer development is greater for children in early childhood at exposure
• The risk persists for several decades (up to 45 years). Data from studies on atomic bomb survivors showed persistently elevated risk at > 50 years
• Radiation exposure also increases the risk of benign thyroid nodules (of all types and sizes, including small ones detected only by screening methods) and hypothyroidism
Radiation exposure may be external or internal.
External
• Diagnostic radiographs
• Therapeutic radiation for the treatment of cancers
• Therapeutic radiation for the treatment of a variety of nonmalignant diseases (used in the past)
• Brachytherapy (use of a sealed radiation source placed adjacent to the target area)

Internal
Following accidents at operating nuclear power plants or above ground nuclear explosive testing. • Ingestion of foods or liquids contaminated with radioactivity • Inhalation of radioactive particles / gases
Following ingestion of radioiodine for
• Diagnostic tests
• Therapy of hyperthyroidism
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🔎 www.endocrinologiaquirurgica.com
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#radiationthyroid 
#ionizedradiation 
#thryroidcancer #headandneckcancerawareness #headandneckcancer #thyroidcarcinoma #papillarythyroidcarcinoma #thyroidcarcinomasurvey 
#endocrinecancer #endocrinethyroidcancer 
#medullarcarcinoma 
#radiationexposurecancer
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    @leonardoromanotorres

    Clínica Londres

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    👉RADIATION AND THYROID CARCINOGENESIS ( radiación y carcinogénesis en patología tiroidea).
    Radiation exposure of the thyroid, especially during childhood, is the most clearly defined environmental factor associated with benign and malignant thyroid lesions.
    • The thyroid gland is among the most radiation-sensitive tissues in the body. Excess cancers occur at doses < 100 mGy
    • The risk of thyroid cancer following radiation exposure relates to radiation dose and age After low-dose exposure, there is a linear-dose response curve
    • The risk of thyroid cancer development is greater for children in early childhood at exposure
    • The risk persists for several decades (up to 45 years). Data from studies on atomic bomb survivors showed persistently elevated risk at > 50 years
    • Radiation exposure also increases the risk of benign thyroid nodules (of all types and sizes, including small ones detected only by screening methods) and hypothyroidism
    Radiation exposure may be external or internal.
    External
    • Diagnostic radiographs
    • Therapeutic radiation for the treatment of cancers
    • Therapeutic radiation for the treatment of a variety of nonmalignant diseases (used in the past)
    • Brachytherapy (use of a sealed radiation source placed adjacent to the target area)

    Internal
    Following accidents at operating nuclear power plants or above ground nuclear explosive testing. • Ingestion of foods or liquids contaminated with radioactivity • Inhalation of radioactive particles / gases
    Following ingestion of radioiodine for
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Therapy of hyperthyroidism
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    🔎 www.endocrinologiaquirurgica.com
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    #radiationthyroid
    #ionizedradiation
    #thryroidcancer #headandneckcancerawareness #headandneckcancer #thyroidcarcinoma #papillarythyroidcarcinoma #thyroidcarcinomasurvey
    #endocrinecancer #endocrinethyroidcancer
    #medullarcarcinoma
    #radiationexposurecancer

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Top #HeadAndNeckCancer Posts

  • April is #headandneckcancer awareness month. An often overlooked cancer, head and neck cancer is a devastating disease that is unfortunately on the rise. 53,000 people will be diagnosed this year alone, and one person dies from this disease every hour. Head and neck cancers account for 4% of all cancers. These cancers are most common amongst heavy tobacco and alcohol users, men, people over the age of 50 and those who are HPV positive. I did not fit any of the above criteria, and have met several young survivors who share a similar story. Early detection is key to survival and preserving quality of life. Make sure that your dentist performs an oral cancer screening at your next appointment! It takes just a couple of minutes and can literally save a life.  #headandneckcancerawareness #youngadultcancer #tonguecancer #stupidcancer #oralcancer #earlydetection. @stupidcancer @su2c @headandneckcancercampaign
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    @thewholesurvivor

    April is #headandneckcancer awareness month. An often overlooked cancer, head and neck cancer is a devastating disease that is unfortunately on the rise. 53,000 people will be diagnosed this year alone, and one person dies from this disease every hour. Head and neck cancers account for 4% of all cancers. These cancers are most common amongst heavy tobacco and alcohol users, men, people over the age of 50 and those who are HPV positive. I did not fit any of the above criteria, and have met several young survivors who share a similar story. Early detection is key to survival and preserving quality of life. Make sure that your dentist performs an oral cancer screening at your next appointment! It takes just a couple of minutes and can literally save a life. #headandneckcancerawareness #youngadultcancer #tonguecancer #stupidcancer #oralcancer #earlydetection. @stupidcancer @su2c @headandneckcancercampaign

  •  160  18  9 April, 2019
  • F*&k You Cancer! It was bad enough everything that you did to me. But, damn this one is tough. I’m sad. I’m hurt. I’m pissed. Not even a year ago, a beautiful 21 year old artist contacted me about my mentoring group.  She had been through a similar cancer and treatment, as mine.  I loved working with her.  But her cancer came back to her lungs. She started a clinical trial, and passed away a week or so later. I am shocked. For those of you who don’t know...Head & Neck Cancer is one of the worst cancers. And it doesn’t have to be if caught early enough.  In later stages, the treatments are downright barbaric. I mean they took my entire tongue...and can’t give me a replacement? I mean...wtf? And it’s usually only a 50/50 shot that the treatment will work! I’m 5 years cancer free.  There’s not a day that doesn’t go by that I don’t thank God, The Universe, the doctors, nurses, my husband, kids, family, friends, and all of social media. You all lifted me up and carried me through the darkness. And over time, I was able to realize the gifts cancer gave me. But, this...I’m having a hard time understanding. It’s just unfair! So I hope you’ll allow me the rant on my soapbox and take my advice.  Insist that your dentist screen you for oral cancer every year.  Don’t think because you don’t smoke, eat healthy that you won’t be effected.  It is effecting more & more women of ALL ages every year. And like mine, many of those are NON-HPV related! If your dentist finds something questionable...RUN...don’t walk to a Ear, Nose & Throat Cancer specialist! Let them biopsy. If they tell you they got all of it, get a second opinion.  It is alarming the amount of doctors and dentists who are not educated enough about these types of cancer! But, If anything is wrong or off with your body, be proactive. Don’t be scared of what you might find out.  Waiting is the worst thing you can do.  Please lift this beautiful 21 year old artist and her family up in your prayers and thoughts. God speed Katie @kaleidoscopeofkolor ❤️🙏❤️. I am heart broken.
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    @wyanne

    F*&k You Cancer! It was bad enough everything that you did to me. But, damn this one is tough. I’m sad. I’m hurt. I’m pissed. Not even a year ago, a beautiful 21 year old artist contacted me about my mentoring group. She had been through a similar cancer and treatment, as mine. I loved working with her. But her cancer came back to her lungs. She started a clinical trial, and passed away a week or so later. I am shocked. For those of you who don’t know...Head & Neck Cancer is one of the worst cancers. And it doesn’t have to be if caught early enough. In later stages, the treatments are downright barbaric. I mean they took my entire tongue...and can’t give me a replacement? I mean...wtf? And it’s usually only a 50/50 shot that the treatment will work! I’m 5 years cancer free. There’s not a day that doesn’t go by that I don’t thank God, The Universe, the doctors, nurses, my husband, kids, family, friends, and all of social media. You all lifted me up and carried me through the darkness. And over time, I was able to realize the gifts cancer gave me. But, this...I’m having a hard time understanding. It’s just unfair! So I hope you’ll allow me the rant on my soapbox and take my advice. Insist that your dentist screen you for oral cancer every year. Don’t think because you don’t smoke, eat healthy that you won’t be effected. It is effecting more & more women of ALL ages every year. And like mine, many of those are NON-HPV related! If your dentist finds something questionable...RUN...don’t walk to a Ear, Nose & Throat Cancer specialist! Let them biopsy. If they tell you they got all of it, get a second opinion. It is alarming the amount of doctors and dentists who are not educated enough about these types of cancer! But, If anything is wrong or off with your body, be proactive. Don’t be scared of what you might find out. Waiting is the worst thing you can do. Please lift this beautiful 21 year old artist and her family up in your prayers and thoughts. God speed Katie @kaleidoscopeofkolor ❤️🙏❤️. I am heart broken.

  •  6,197  479  5 August, 2019
  • Medscape Clinical Trend: Head & Neck Cancer⠀
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News about at-risk populations and information about emerging treatment options helped make head and neck cancer this week's top trending clinical topic. ⠀
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New data from a registry-based study found that the exponential rise in oropharynx cancer among young, white American men has tapered off. Instead, modest increases in incidence are now being seen among individuals born after 1955. ⠀
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Although the exact reasons for this are unclear, researchers postulate that changes in sexual behaviors may be a key component. ⠀
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In other news, the FDA approved pembrolizumab for first-line treatment in patients with metastatic or unresectable, recurrent head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. ⠀
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Experts discussing results of the KEYNOTE-48 trial have recommended pembrolizumab as part of the new first-line standard of care for these patients. ⠀
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This represents a practice change, as immunotherapy for head and neck cancer was previously approved for second-line use only, after progression on chemotherapy. ⠀
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The study is the first and only randomized trial to compare the two approaches in the first-line treatment for this cancer. ⠀
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All clinical trends are available on Medcape.com by tapping the link in our bio. We invite you to join today.⠀
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    @medscape

    New York, New York

    Medscape Clinical Trend: Head & Neck Cancer⠀
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    News about at-risk populations and information about emerging treatment options helped make head and neck cancer this week's top trending clinical topic. ⠀
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    New data from a registry-based study found that the exponential rise in oropharynx cancer among young, white American men has tapered off. Instead, modest increases in incidence are now being seen among individuals born after 1955. ⠀
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    Although the exact reasons for this are unclear, researchers postulate that changes in sexual behaviors may be a key component. ⠀
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    In other news, the FDA approved pembrolizumab for first-line treatment in patients with metastatic or unresectable, recurrent head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. ⠀
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    Experts discussing results of the KEYNOTE-48 trial have recommended pembrolizumab as part of the new first-line standard of care for these patients. ⠀
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    This represents a practice change, as immunotherapy for head and neck cancer was previously approved for second-line use only, after progression on chemotherapy. ⠀
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    The study is the first and only randomized trial to compare the two approaches in the first-line treatment for this cancer. ⠀
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    All clinical trends are available on Medcape.com by tapping the link in our bio. We invite you to join today.⠀
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    #doctor #physician #medstudent #medicalstudent #futuredoctor #medscape #medicine #healthcare #medical #medscape #healthcare #oncologist #oncology #oncologynurse #oncología #oncologico #oncologie #Cancer #cancerresearch #headneckcancer #HNCsm #clinicaltrend #clinicaltrends #cancerpatient #headandneckcancer #neckcancer #clinicaltrials

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