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James 2003
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throat cancer

Posted by @james2003, Feb 18, 2012

im a 41 year old man thats had cancer on the false cords once in 03 rad chemo took care of it.now its came back the doctors is saying he has to to do a full voicebox removal with no apsolute he can get it all.my fear is it coming back and there being nothing eles they can do.why take the chance its been back sense 09.any input would be thankful

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Posted by @denni, Feb 19, 2012

James, have you looked into alternative therapies at all?? I’m thinking here of essiac. I hope these things are allowed discussion on the board.
You might also consider joining the coconut oil list on yahoo. There are a lot of very knowledgable people there.


James 2003
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Posted by @james2003, Feb 19, 2012

thank you for the info im from a kinda small town.rad and chemo cant fix it lets cut it out


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Posted by @denni, Feb 19, 2012

Sometimes there are other methods to try. If you’re not in a lot of pain, I would not give up, but would first look into alternatives.


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Posted by @anon07307276, Feb 19, 2012

Can anyone validate that if you do the X-ray with the dentist without the guard you can get throat cancer it is true?


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Posted by @georgecushing, Mar 29, 2012

i had the chemo and radiation for throat cancer i am in remission of it but now i have another tumor further down same side.i am waiting for the results which i should know by next weds.man you have to keep the faith as that is what i have done.


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Posted by @ejm, Apr 27, 2012

James, It is often true that recurrent cancer of the voice box after chemotherapy and radiation therapy cannot be treated with more radiation therapy. It is also true that it is not always necessary to remove the entire voice box. Often we can perform partial laryngectomy and save a portion of the voice box that is very usable and still remove all of the tumor. If you want another evaluation, we would be happy to see you at the Mayo Clinic dept of otolaryngology for an evaluation and treatment.

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