Results and Prognostic of pNO Laryngeal Cancer Treated by Post-Operative Irradiation

@inproceedings{Mouden2016ResultsAP,
  title={Results and Prognostic of pNO Laryngeal Cancer Treated by Post-Operative Irradiation},
  author={Mohamed El Mouden and Afaf Semmar and Leila Rahali and Tayeb Kebdani and Kacemi Hi and Sanaa El Majjaoui and Nourredine Benjaafar},
  year={2016}
}
Worldwide, there are approximately 130,000 new laryngeal cancer cases and 70,000 deaths annually. In the United States, laryngeal cancer accounts for about 25 percent of the 53,000 cases of head and neck cancer diagnosed annually [1]. Glottic, supraglottic, and subglottic cancers represent approximately two-thirds, one-third, and two percent of laryngeal cancers respectively. Survival rates of laryngeal cancer patients range from 73% to 92% for early disease stage (I and II) and from 50% to 64… CONTINUE READING

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