Cone Health Cancer Center, Second-floor Auditorium
Most head and neck cancers begin in the cells that line surfaces of the mouth, nose and throat. Common sites include tonsils, tongue, salivary glands and larynx (voice box). These cancers are more common in men and people older than 50. The cure rate for these types of cancers is excellent but as with all cancers, early diagnosis and treatment is important. Join Dr. Karol Wolicki, otolaryngologist, Cornerstone Health Care, and Dr. Sarah Squire, Radiation Oncologist, Cone Health Cancer Center, to learn more about signs, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and treatment options for head and neck cancers.