Treatment of oropharyngeal cancer and functional outcomes – a swinging pendulum?.

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Abstract

Historically, there appears to be continuing shift in opinion regarding the ideal modality of treatment of oropharyngeal cancer. This review focuses specifically on the swallowing and speech outcomes during the march in progress through the years of both oncology and surgery disciplines in treating this cancer.

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