Researchers enrolled 445 patients with primary mild or moderate OED, of whom 306 were smokers and 139 were non-smokers.
The phase 2 trial is recruiting participants with squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity to evaluate the activity of neoadjuvant nivolumab with or without ipilimumab.
Addition of elective neck dissection to primary surgery is associated with a reduction in overall costs.
Erlotinib did not reduce the risk of oral cancer in patients with loss of heterozygosity (LOH)-positive oral premalignant lesions.
Induction chemotherapy administered before surgery with curative intent did not improve outcomes in locoregionally advanced oral cavity cancer.
In veterans, oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is associated with traditional carcinogens and poor clinical outcomes.
Greater anxiety levels were associated with high degrees of unmet information need in patients with precancerous oral lesions.
Several factors associated with the burdensome Medicare cost of oral and pharyngeal cancer in older patients.
Oral sex is not an independent risk factor for oral cancer.
Elective neck dissection in clinically node-negative early oral squamous cell carcinoma should be considered the standard of care.
Factors associated with improved survival in oral cavity squamous cell cancer (OCSCC) include neck dissection and treatment.
SGX942 is being evaluated as a treatment for oral mucositis in patients receiving chemoradiotherapy for head and neck cancer.
Cigarette smokers are more likely to be positive for human papillomavirus (HPV)-16 compared with non-smokers.
Oncologists need more information on the factors that lead to nonadherence in order to actively prevent it.
A quick and simple procedure would allow healthcare providers to screen for early signs of oral cancer.
Mouse models of human oral cancer treated with an agent called capsazepine showed dramatic tumor shrinkage.
Oral malignancies can be associated with increased pain, but current research suggests that a cannabis-based spray may reduce this morbidity.
A pattern of gene expression found in mice that is linked to tumor spreading is also found in humans.
Researchers are examining whether an abundance of naturally occurring antibacterial proteins in the mouth can predict the development of oral cancers.
Researchers have developed a new oral cancer risk assessment kit that is less expensive and easier to use.
A meta-analysis found that drinking tea, especially green tea, may help prevent oral cancer.
For the first time, researchers find a link between excess body weight and death from oral cancer.
Both survival rates and functional outcomes were better with surgery first rather than chemotherapy.
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