Researchers found that there is an increasing incidence of late stage head and neck cancer in the U.S., highlighting the need for continuous public health efforts toward early detection.
Predictive models demonstrated the ability to anticipate adverse opioid-related outcomes among cancer survivors.
A new possible surveillance model suggests scanning patients with head and neck cancer treated with radiotherapy less frequently could be more cost-effective and time-effective.
Machine learning of ultrasound scans could provide a preliminary method of screening for thyroid cancer.
Data from a new study show the importance of taking preventative measures against contracting human papillomavirus, including urging patients to get the HPV vaccine.
Researchers assessed whether patients with head and neck cancer who had higher levels of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes had better survival rates.
Researchers compared the swallowing-related quality-of-life scores of patients with oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma who received radiotherapy and patients who received transoral robotic surgery with neck dissection.
A new study looked at what methods were used to detect recurrences of human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma to see if surveillance guidelines recommended by the National Comprehensive Cancer Center were effective.
Researchers surveyed patients who underwent surgery for thyroid cancer and found a high number reported voice abnormalities post-operation.
Potential new developments have been made in detecting sentinel lymph nodes for patients with localized oral cancers.