Organization news Information/Education Page| Volume 99, ISSUE 5, P1027-1028, May 2018

Dysphagia (Trouble Swallowing) in People With Head and Neck Cancer

      Dysphagia is the medical term for trouble swallowing. It is very common in patients with head and neck cancer. Cancer or cancer treatment can cause it. Dysphagia can be a short-term or a long-term problem. It can cause food or liquids to go the wrong way into the lungs. This guide will help you learn about the signs, symptoms, causes, and treatments for dysphagia.
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