Head and Neck Cancer: Sam's Story

Head and Neck Cancer: Sam’s Road to Recovery

Sam discovered a lump in his neck while driving to work one day and knew it needed to be checked out. A biopsy revealed a malignant cancer, which was removed by Johns Hopkins head and neck cancer specialists. Sam had transoral robotic surgery, a neck dissection and radiation. He has been cancer-free for three years and reflects on his experience in this video.

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Johns Hopkins Head and Neck Cancer Surgery

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Our team offers comprehensive treatments for cancers affecting the nasal passages, sinuses, the throat and nearby areas. Our head and neck surgeons work closely with medical and radiation oncologists, endocrinologists and other specialists to provide well-rounded care.