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Throat Cancer Self-test

laryngeal cancer, Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

1.Do you cough frequently?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


2.Do you have hoarseness?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


3.Does your throat suffer from minor but continuing sore throat?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


4.Do you feel foreign body or stressful in your throat, or uncomfortable when swallowing?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


5. Do you have difficulty in swallowing?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


6. Do you feel pain when swallowing?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


7.Do you find blood streak in cough or expectoration?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


8.Do you feel mucus stuck to your throat?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


9.Do you have reflexive pain such as earache, headache and so on?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


10. Do you develop swelling lymph nodes in neck?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


11. Do you suffer partly hearing loss?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


12.Do you suffer nasal obstruction?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


13.Does your nose bleed?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


14. Do you feel drumming in your ear?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


15. Do you feel pain or tension in your ear?

A. No

B. Sometimes

C. Usually


Finish the test

If you don’t have any above symptoms, the possibility to get laryngeal cancer is low.

When the distinctive signs or some special symptoms have occurred constantly and cannot relieve, you are likely developing throat cancer and should visit a doctor right away.

*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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