Head and Neck Cancer: Victor's Story 

Head and Neck Cancer: A Survivor’s Story

When a lump in Victor’s neck didn’t go away, he sought help from Johns Hopkins head and neck cancer specialists, who diagnosed him with oropharyngeal cancer. Watch Victor share about the surgery he had, which was followed by radiation therapy and chemotherapy treatments. He also talks about some of the side effects he experienced. Now, 18 months later, Victor is cancer-free, the side effects are almost fully resolved and he has tremendous hope for the future.

Learn more about oropharyngeal cancer.

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.