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What are the side effects of radiation treatments for a cancer of the throat?
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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
In brief: Short list.
Side effects include decreased saliva production, throat irritation and soreness with some discomfort on swallowing.
Possible hoarse voice from vocal cord inflammation. These are from an oncologist's point of view; for more information contact your radiation therapist.

In brief: Short list.
Side effects include decreased saliva production, throat irritation and soreness with some discomfort on swallowing.
Possible hoarse voice from vocal cord inflammation. These are from an oncologist's point of view; for more information contact your radiation therapist.
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