Throat cancer can take away your voice, your jaw and your ability to swallow food, but it also can be treated if caught early enough.
What are the risk factors for throat cancer?
What are the symptoms of throat cancer?
Trouble swallowing food
Mouth and/or throat soreness
A persistent hoarseness
Should I be screened for throat cancer?
If you exhibit any of the above risk factors for or symptoms of throat cancer, you should be screened. Throat cancer screenings are critical to helping identify previously undetected cancers. Continue reading →
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