2017 Emory University Symposium

Head and Neck Cancer
Survivorship

Optimizing Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Survivors

Head and neck cancer can take away a patient’s “right to feel human,” and its impact on physical appearance, physical functioning, and general quality of life can be devastating, according to Merry Se...

Head and Neck Cancer

Proton Therapy Associated With Fewer Sequelae in the Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer

Radiation oncology is vital to the management of patients with cancer of the head and neck, and for certain patients, proton therapy may offer significant benefit over intensity-modulated radiation th...

Head and Neck Cancer

Targeted Therapy in the Age of Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer

The impact of targeted therapies in head and neck cancer has been limited, but we can strategize to integrate the development of targeted and immunotherapeutic agents, according to Christine H. Chung,...

Head and Neck Cancer

New Horizons in Immunotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer

Immunotherapy is a new treatment paradigm in recurrent metastatic head and neck cancer, according to Nabil F. Saba, MD. At a symposium hosted by the Winship Cancer Institute and Emory University—Updat...

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