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Head, Neck & Mouth Cancer Center

Head and neck cancers include those of the nose and sinuses, larynx, pharynx and salivary glands. Oral cancers affect the lips, floor of the mouth, gums, tongue or lining of the cheek. The risk of these cancers can be reduced by avoiding tobacco and alcohol. Eye cancers, or intraocular cancers, are rare. They include retinoblastoma and types of melanoma and lymphoma.

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