Patients With Head And Neck Cancer Can Swallow And Speak After Therapy. Part 1 of 3

Patients With Head And Neck Cancer Can Swallow And Speak After Therapy – Part 1 of 3

Patients With Head And Neck Cancer Can Swallow And Speak After Therapy. Most perceptiveness and neck cancer patients can speak and devour after undergoing combined chemotherapy and radiation treatment, but several factors may be associated with poor outcomes, researchers have found. The new study included patients who were assessed nearly three years after they were successfully treated with chemoradiotherapy for advanced move and neck cancer. The US researchers gave a speaking score of 1 through 4 to 163 patients an average of 34,8 months after they completed treatment, and gave a swallowing chump of 1 through 4 to 166 patients an average of 34,5 months after treatment.

A higher score indicated reduced ability to speak or swallow. Most of the patients (84,7 percent of those assigned speaking scores and 63,3 percent of those given swallowing scores) had no everlasting problems and received a score of 1. Of the 160 patients who were given both speaking and swallowing scores, 96 had a reckon for of 1 in each category, the investigators found.

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