Chemoradiation beats laryngectomy in study
This article was originally published in Clinica
Chemoradiation is better at treating laryngeal cancers and preserving vocal function than standard total laryngectomy. So concluded a UK study, carried out at London's Royal Marsden Hospital and the UK Institute of Cancer Research (ICR).
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