University of Minnesota Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery will be hosting the annual Oral Head & Neck Cancer Awareness Conference. Cancer patients, families and caregivers are invited to attend this half-day conference, including breakout sessions (with topics such as Dental Care after Cancer, Immunotherapy, and Rehabilitation topics, etc.), social and support gatherings,.
Patients with suspicious, precancerous oral lesions will be screnning for free of cost. clinical inspection and exmaination of head and neck will be done suspicious lesions will be subjected to further battery of tests
This event is hosted by The Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery. Who should be screened? Every adult. Tobacco and alcohol users traditionally have been considered the populations at greatest risk for these cancers. However, oral cancer cases are on the rise in younger adults who do not smoke, and recent research indicates this.
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Sunday, February 4th, is a special day to honor & celebrate. It’s both Super Bowl Sunday and World Cancer Day. The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance proudly salutes ALL head and neck cancer patients and survivors. We wish Football Fans everywhere a festive Super Bowl LII. Here are three delicious & healthy dishes, compliments of.