Human head and neck Nasopharynx cancer

Concurrent chemoradiation in locally advanced head and neck cancer capecitabine & cisplatin vs cisplatin- a randomised prospective comparative studyConcurrent chemoradiation in locally advanced head and neck cancer capecitabine & cisplatin vs cisplatin- a randomised prospective comparative study
Nasopharynx cancer
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Original article association of epstein barr virus with mucosal squamous cell cancers of head and neckOriginal article association of epstein barr virus with mucosal squamous cell cancers of head and neck
Saquib Zaffar1, Fir Afroz2, Aamir Rashid3, Maqbool Lone4, Mohammad Ashraf5, Mushtaq Sidiqui6, Malik Tariq7, Arshad Manzoor8. Nasopharynx cancer
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For registration of subject for dissertation to rajiv gandhiuniversity of health sciences karnataka, bangaloreFor registration of subject for dissertation to rajiv gandhiuniversity of health sciences karnataka, bangalore
Title of the Topic: a study Comparing 3-Dimensional Conformal Radiation Therapy and salivary glands sparing Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy with/ without Concurrent Cisplatin Chemotherapy Head and Neck cancers. Nasopharynx cancer
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Nasopharyngeal Cancer (pdq®) Treatment Health ProfessionalsNasopharyngeal Cancer (pdq®) Treatment Health Professionals
Inferiorly, the nasopharynx ends at an imaginary horizontal line formed by the upper surface of the soft palate and the posterior pharyngeal wall. Nasopharynx cancer
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What is cancer?What is cancer?
Cancer can affect cell growth and cause cells to grow and divide without order or control. These groups of abnormal cells can form a tumour. Tumours can be benign or malignant. Benign tumours are not cancerous and can usually be removed. Nasopharynx cancer
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