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Is chemotherapy necessary to take along with radiotherapy in larynx cancer?
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Dr. Phil Zapanta
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: It depends
For larger primary tumors and disease that spreads to the neck you might need dual modality treatment.
This means surgery + radiation or radiation + chemotherapy. You will need to have a detailed discussion with your ENT and your oncologist in order to reach an informed decision. There are pros and cons to each treatment option, and they will help you w/ your decision.

In brief: It depends
For larger primary tumors and disease that spreads to the neck you might need dual modality treatment.
This means surgery + radiation or radiation + chemotherapy. You will need to have a detailed discussion with your ENT and your oncologist in order to reach an informed decision. There are pros and cons to each treatment option, and they will help you w/ your decision.
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