Study suggests speech, swallowing problems not common with head and neck cancer treatments
December 30, 2010
Individuals who have suffered from either head or neck cancers may be concerned that their treatments could cause problems with their communication skills, as well as swallowing. However, a new study has proven that these side effects are rarer than once perceived.More...
Osteoporosis drug may aid those with head and neck cancers
December 16, 2010
An Ohio State University study indicates that an osteoporosis drug that reduces bone loss may be an effective supplemental treatment for patients with head and neck cancers.More...
3-D models would aid patients with head and neck cancers
July 14, 2010
Patients who have been disfigured by head and neck cancer or trauma may soon gain the replacement of delicate facial bones from 3-D models devised by researchers at Ohio State University and the University of Illinois.More...