nasopharyngeal-cancer

When the cancer cells formed in the nasopharynx tissues that happened to be malignant in type, cancer happens. Being exposed to the Epstein-Barr virus is an ethnic background that can affect the chances of acquiring this disease. Difficulty to speak, breath or hear are the usual signs of this condition.

Diagnosis
There are tests that should be done to diagnose the condition. It includes examining the affected parts like the nose, throat and other close organs. It will be diagnosed by looking at the extent of cancer cells it already spreads to the different nearby parts of the body known as staging. Prior to making any planned treatment, tests must first be conducted.

Treatment options

Radiotherapy: This is through the use of high energy x-rays or different radiation types that can kill the cancer cells and minimize its growth.

Chemotherapy: This is with the use of drugs to inhibit the cancer cells growth

Surgery

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  1. August 31, 2019

    Nasopharyngeal cancer is a rare type of head and neck cancer. It starts in the upper part of your throat behind the nose which is called the nasopharynx. However, when I read about this I got to know that the doctors are not sure what exactly causes nasopharyngeal cancer, but the cancer has been strongly linked to the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). And, the people who smoke, drink a lot of alcohol and work around wood dust have found the higher risk.

  2. September 29, 2019

    Nasopharyngeal carcinoma is cancer that occurs in the nasopharynx, which is located behind your nose and above the back of your throat.In its early stages, this may not cause any symptoms.Its treatment usually involves radiation therapy, chemotherapy or a combination of the two. You can work with your doctor to determine the exact approach depending on your particular situation.

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