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What should I ask my doctor if I'm diagnosed with throat cancer?

Eric M. Genden, MD
Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
Ask your doctor what the cause of your throat cancer is and what the options for treatment are. In this video, Eric Genden, MD, an otolaryngologist at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, offers his suggestions for what you should ask your doctor.

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