The exact cause of head and neck cancer is not known, but certain risk factors include:
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Smoking is by far the leading risk factor for lung cancer. About 80% of lung cancer deaths are thought to result from smoking. The risk of lung cancer for people who smoke is many times higher than for people who don’t smoke. The longer you smoke and the more packs a day you smoke, the greater your risk.
Dr. Soumitra Sinha Roy, Senior Consultant, Pulmonology discusses about the perils of smoking & its contribution in lung cancer.
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Head and neck cancers account for nearly 16% of all cancers in the population. These cancers are more than twice as common among men as they are among women. Head and neck cancers are also diagnosed more often among people over age 50 than they are among younger people.
Head and neck cancer refers to several types of cancers that affect your mouth, throat or other parts of your head and neck.
In this informative video, Dr Anbarasi Kumaresan, Consultant Radiation Oncologist, MGM Cancer Institute explains the treatment available for head & neck cancer, including how to preserve the functionality of the organs affected.
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It seems that almost every dietary habit has at some point been linked to an increased risk of cancer. In recent years, the idea has emerged that drinking very hot beverages like coffee and tea could contribute to esophageal cancer.
Years old theory states that hot liquids such as coffee or tea could destroy the inner lining of the esophagus, requiring the cells to continually regenerate. But how far is it correct? Should we stop starting out day with the sip of hot tea/coffee.
Let’s find the truth with our expert Dr Sivaram Ganesamoni, Senior Consultant, Oncology, MGM Cancer Institute. Learn from him that how hot beverages can\cannot affect our oral cavity.
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