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Head And Neck Cancer Treatment in Jaipur

Looking for Head And Neck Cancer Treatment? Discover Expert Head And Neck Cancer Surgeon in Jaipur at Asian Cancer Hospital Jaipur, Rajasthan. Book your appointment. Read here to know more.

Head and neck cancer is a term used to define cancer that develops in the mouth, throat, nose, salivary glands, oral cancers or other areas of the head and neck.
Most Of These Cancers Are Squamous Cell Carcinomas, Or Cancers That Begin In The Lining Of The Mouth, Nose And Throat. Eighty-Five Percent Of Head And Neck Cancers Are Linked To Tobacco Use, And 75 Percent Are Associated With A Combination Of Tobacco And Alcohol Use.
Because Of Their Location, Head And Neck Tumors And Treatment-Related Side Effects May Impair Patients’ Ability To Eat, Swallow And Breathe. At Asian Cancer Hospitals, Jaipur, Our Multidisciplinary Care Team Of Head And Neck Cancer Experts Works With Patients To Help Them Make Informed Decisions About Their Treatment Options, While Also Offering Therapies To Manage Potential Side Effects.

Head And Neck Treatment Options

At ACRI, we target head and neck tumors with a range of evidence-based treatments, such as radiation therapy, surgery and chemotherapy, as well as immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Your multidisciplinary team of head and neck cancer experts will answer your questions and recommend treatment options based on your unique diagnosis and needs.

Treatments for head and neck cancer include:




Targeted therapy

Symptoms of Head And Neck Cancer


Trouble breathing.

Frequent coughing.

A persistent sore throat.

Unexplained weight loss.

Ear pain or trouble hearing.

Change in voice or hoarseness.

Trouble swallowing (dysphagia).

A red or white patch in the mouth.

Bad breath that's unexplained by hygiene.

Nasal obstruction or persistent congestion.

Frequent nose bleeds or unusual discharge.

A lump in the nose, neck or throat, with or without pain.

Risk factors

As with many types of cancer, the risk of developing head and neck cancer may be higher for patients exposed to certain environmental factors or who have a history with specific lifestyle behaviors, such as tobacco and alcohol use.

Risk factors for head and neck cancer include:


Men are two to three times more likely than women to develop head and neck cancer.

 Prolonged sun exposure may increase the risk of lip and oral cancer.


Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), HPV and two inherited genetic syndromes—Fanconi anemia and dyskeratosis congenita—have been linked to head and neck cancer.

 High doses of radiation therapy, particularly administered in the head and neck region, may increase the risk of developing this type of cancer.

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