best buy windows 7 retail cheap fireworks mac discount photoshop cs5 buy office home and student 2007 buy photoshop elements 4 windows 7 enterprise cost buy adobe indesign cs5 price of adobe captivate buy microsoft project server 2010 buy mac os x 10.5 online buy powerpoint 2007 microsoft office buy autocad civil 3d autocad plant 3d cost buy adobe contribute cs4 online quicken premier 2011 best price buy adobe photoshop elements 6 pc software price of windows 7 professional oem buy omnipage professional 17 upgrade buy adobe elements 4 mac buy mindjet cheap purchase microsoft office 2010 home and business windows 2008 server prices discount office 2010 upgrade best price adobe premiere pro cs4 windows upgrade order adobe acrobat 9 pro extended buy adobe photoshop elements 5.0 buy acronis true image home buy mindjet mindmanager pro 7.2 best price dreamweaver cheapest windows server 2008 standard

Tag Archive | "surgery"

Facing the facts: HPV-associated head and neck cancers get a second look

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

0 Comments

Source: www.curetoday.com Author: Charlotte Huff Kevin Pruyne knew he didn’t fit the stereotype of a hard drinker or heavy smoker who one day develops an oral cancer. The 52-year-old mechanic had been working a three-week stint in a remote section of northern Alaska, repairing trucks on an oil field, when he noticed a hard lump beneath […]

Continue reading...

Oral sex may cause more oral cancer than smoking in men, researchers say

Sunday, May 20, 2012

0 Comments

Source: www.bloomberg.com Author: Robert Langreth A virus spread by oral sex may cause more cases of throat cancer in men than smoking, a finding that spurred calls for a new large-scale test of a drug used against the infection. Researchers examined 271 throat-tumor samples collected over 20 years ending in 2004 and found that the percentage […]

Continue reading...

Study: Oral cancers take financial toll

Thursday, April 26, 2012

0 Comments

Source: Dr.Biscuspid.com April 26, 2012 — The cost of treating individuals with oral, orapharyngeal, and salivary gland cancers is significant, particularly for patients who undergo all three forms of treatment, according to a new study by Delta Dental of Michigan’s Research and Data Institute. And for many that is only the beginning of the financial […]

Continue reading...

Oral gel contains cancer-preventing compounds derived from black raspberries

Thursday, March 15, 2012

0 Comments

Source: www.dentistryiq.com Author: Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, MS, with the assistance of Allison Walker Maria Perno Goldie (MPG): I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Susan Mallery, who is a humble as she is intelligent. I had the assistance of Allison Walker, a freelance journalist who has been involved in dental publishing for more than […]

Continue reading...

Video: What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer: Surgical Management of Oral Cancer

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

0 Comments

Source: http://www.youtube.com/

Continue reading...

Erlotinib dose doubled for smokers with head/neck cancer

Saturday, January 28, 2012

0 Comments

Source: www.oncologyreport.com Author: Miriam E. Tucker Giving smokers a higher, short-course dose of erlotinib before definitive surgery for squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck resulted in favorable responses for the first patients evaluated in a small pilot study. Investigators gave 300 mg of erlotinib (Tarceva) to smokers daily and 150 mg daily to […]

Continue reading...

What accounts for racial differences in head/neck cancer?

Monday, September 19, 2011

0 Comments

Source: www.drbicuspid.com Author: DrBicuspid Staff Why are African-Americans more likely than Caucasians not only to be diagnosed with head and neck cancer, but also to die from the disease? While the answer isn’t a simple one, differences in lifestyle, access to care, and tumor genetics may be partly to blame, according to a new study […]

Continue reading...

Aerosmith’s Bassist is Treated for Tongue Cancer with Laser Surgery

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

0 Comments

Source: KSAT.com Aerosmith will be performing in Mexico and South America this fall and one of the band members will be along for the tour thanks to a radical medical procedure. In one Aerosmith song, bassist Tom Hamilton sends a message to his throat and tongue cancer with the lyrics “you’ve got no business with me.” […]

Continue reading...

Michael Douglas Continues to Put Oral Cancer in the Spotlight

Thursday, June 23, 2011

0 Comments

Source: Dr.Biscupid.com Actor Michael Douglas’ recent revelation that he had stage IV oropharyngeal cancer has highlighted the growing incidence of oral cancer, and experts say dentists can help stem the alarming increase of the disease by checking for it during routine examinations. The actor’s cancer included a walnut-sized tumor at the base of his tongue, […]

Continue reading...

Matthew Algeo’s ‘The President is a Sick Man’ vindicates an old story, and its reporter

Saturday, June 18, 2011

0 Comments

Source: www.cleveland.com/books Author: teve Weinberg Stephen Grover Cleveland, born in 1837, would become one of the most unusual U.S. presidents, in multiple ways. Living in the east, he planned to make his way to the boomtown of Cleveland, in 1854, seeking riches. His prospects looked good, given the influence of his distant relative, Moses Cleaveland, […]

Continue reading...