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What are common misconceptions of head and neck cancers?

Eric M. Genden, MD
Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
The most common misconception of cancer is that if you have it, you're going to die. In this video, Eric Genden, MD, an otolaryngologist at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, says that idea just doesn't apply anymore.

 

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