To learn more about laryngeal cancer, you can access information from the National Cancer Institute below.
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Laryngeal Cancer – Did You Know?
- The most common sign of laryngeal cancer is hoarseness or change in your voice. Other symptoms include sore throat that does not go away, constant coughing, pain/trouble when swallowing, ear pain, trouble breathing, weight loss, and/or lump/mass in the neck.1
- Risk factors associated with laryngeal cancer include tobacco and alcohol use, poor nutrition, and workplace exposures (wood dust, paint fumes, etc.).2
- Connecting with other people that have laryngeal cancer online and/or in person can help you learn about your condition and provide you with support.
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