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Free Throat Cancer Screening


According to the American Cancer Society, it is estimated that 13,560 new cases of throat cancer will be diagnosed in 2015. Laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancers are commonly referred to as throat cancers. Often these cancers develop because of prolonged alcohol or tobacco use, a poor diet, HPV, a weakened immune system, heartburn, genetic syndromes and/or work hazards. 

 This free screening is open to adults who have had not had a screening in the past year, are hoarse and who have or currently are smokers or use tobacco products. These screenings will be conducted by Dr. Brandon Ma.

 According to the American Cancer Society, common symptoms associated with throat cancer include:  hoarseness, sore throat that doesn't go away, constant coughing, pain when swallowing, trouble swallowing, ear pain that doesn't go away, trouble breathing, weight loss and/or lump or mass in the neck.

 If you or someone you know is at risk for throat cancer this screening is imperative. Space is limited and appointments are required. register for this screening, please call (336) 633-7788.

Facility: Randolph Health Ear Nose & Throat
Location: Randolph Health Ear Nose & Throat - 124 N. Park St., Asheboro
Type: Screening
Preregistration: Required
Phone: 336-633-7788
Language: English

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