What does oropharyngeal cancer feel like?

How do you know if you have oropharyngeal cancer? What are the symptoms of oropharyngeal cancer? A sore throat that doesn’t go away. Pain or difficulty with swallowing. Trouble opening up your mouth fully or moving your tongue. Unexplained weight loss. Voice changes that do not go away. Ear pain that doesn’t go away. A …

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Your question: What body systems does oral cancer affect?

What cells does oral cancer affect? Most develop in the squamous cells found in your mouth, tongue, and lips. More than 49,000 cases of oral cancer are diagnosed each year in the United States, occurring most often in people over 40 years old. Oral cancers are most often discovered after they’ve spread to the lymph …

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You asked: Do chemo pills cause hair loss?

What are the side effects of chemo pills? Common side effects of chemotherapy drugs include: Nausea. Vomiting. Diarrhea. Hair loss. Loss of appetite. Fatigue. Fever. Mouth sores. Which chemo drugs cause the most hair loss? Chemotherapy drugs that tend to cause hair loss include: adriamycin. cyclophosphamide. dactinomycin. daunorubicin. docetaxel. doxorubicin. etoposide. fluorouracil. What is the …

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Can cancers be rich?

Are cancerians rich? The richest Indians of 2021 list is out, and it seems Cancerians had the best year. According to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2021, wealthy Indians having the zodiac sign Cancer saw 92% surge in their fortunes in the last one year, followed by Gemini, Taurus and Pisces. Are cancers …

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Are lymphoma lumps hard or soft?

Are lymphoma lumps squishy? Swollen lymph nodes are often painless, moveable, and have a soft, “rubbery” feel to them, says Eric Jacobsen, MD, clinical director of the Adult Lymphoma Program at Dana-Farber. Are lymphoma lumps tender? Although enlarged lymph nodes are a common symptom of lymphoma, they are much more often caused by infections. Lymph …

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Should I quit my job if I have cancer?

Can you quit your job if you have cancer? Having cancer does not necessarily mean you will stop working. You might take time off for appointments, treatments, or extra rest. You might work as much as possible or take a leave of absence and return later. There are benefits to working even when you have …

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