Definitions of commonly used terms used in the treatment of head and neck cancer patients.
Cervical dystonia is a side effect which causes neck muscles to contract on their own causing abnormal movements and abnormal posture of the head and neck.
First bite syndrome is a side effect of head and neck cancer that causes pain in the mouth when salivating or taking the first bites of food during a meal or snack.
Radiation fibrosis syndrome is a common late side effect of radiation in the treatment of head and neck cancer.
Information about Spinal Accessory Nerve Palsy, a side effect of some treatments for head and neck cancers.
Information about the side effect trismus and how it is treated.
A review of the diet changes commonly recommended for patients being treated for head and neck cancers.
Information about speech and swallow specialists and the support they provide head and neck cancer patients.
Websites that provide education, support and resources to people with head and neck cancer