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Suicide risk among cancer survivors: Head and neck versus other cancers
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This study examined the risk of suicide across cancer sites, with a focus on survivors of head and neck cancer (HNC), and found that cancer survivors face psychosocial issues that increase their risk ofsuicide. Expand
Racial and socioeconomic disparities associated with 90-day mortality among patients with head and neck cancer in the United States.
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There are significant race and socioeconomic disparities among patients with HNC, and these disparities impact mortality within 90 days of treatment. Expand
Risk and outcomes for second primary human papillomavirus–related and –unrelated head and neck malignancy
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The characteristics of patients who develop second primary malignancies from an index human papillomavirus (HPV)‐related head and neck squamous cell carcinoma and HPV‐unrelated index HNSCC are examined. Expand
Head and Neck Melanoma Incidence Trends in the Pediatric, Adolescent, and Young Adult Population of the United States and Canada, 1995-2014.
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The incidence of pediatric, adolescent, and young adult head and neck melanoma in North America appears to have increased by 51.1% in the past 2 decades, with males aged 15 to 39 years the main cohort associated with the increase. Expand
Change in Age at Diagnosis of Oropharyngeal Cancer in the United States, 1975–2016
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The emergence of the human papillomavirus (HPV) as the primary etiology of oropharyngeal cancer has changed head and neck cancer (HNC) epidemiology, and age at diagnosis of HNC has increased significantly since 2002, while non-oropharyngeAl HNC have increased significantly in the last four decades. Expand
Primary Cancer vs Competing Causes of Death in Survivors of Head and Neck Cancer
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This proposed legislation and the California Association of Health Plans’ response highlight the concern and complexity around OCP transparency. Expand
40-year incidence trends for oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma in the United States.
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Overall increase in OPSCC has significantly increased in the United States in the last 40 years and can primarily be attributed to white males, so prevention and early detection efforts could target these demographic factors to decrease rising OPSCC incidence. Expand
Does anatomic subsite influence oral cavity cancer mortality? A SEER database analysis
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To determine if there are differences in mortality from oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma (OCSCC) based on oral cavity (OC) subsites, a study of oral cavity subsites is conducted. Expand
Survival differences in nasopharyngeal carcinoma among racial and ethnic minority groups in the United States: A retrospective cohort study
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This work aimed to determine the disease‐specific survival rate and prognostic factors for nasopharyngeal carcinoma survival across the minority United States population. Expand
Trends in the risk and burden of second primary malignancy among survivors of smoking‐related cancers in the United States
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With the significant increase in the burden of SPM fromsmoking‐related cancers in the last decade, clinicians should be cognizant of long‐term smoking‐related cancer risks among these patients as part of their survivorship care plans. Expand
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