A Conversation with Cancer Survivor Terry Weinstein & Dr. Thomas J Ow, MD MS
HPV Related Oropharyngeal Cancer: Epidemiology, Diagnosis & Staging, Treatment and Prevention – a 4-part webinar presentation examining Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Related Oropharyngeal Cancer discussing 1) epidemiology, 2) diagnosis & staging, 3) treatment and 4) Prevention. Click the image at the left to view the presentation.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month
PSA from the AHNS Cutaneous Cancer Section
Self-Examination of Neck Lymph Nodes
Self Exam instructional video from the AHNS Cutaneous Cancer Section
Skull Base Surgery
Patient information on skull base surgeries.
Throat Cancer from a Virus? Facts You Should Know
A fact sheet about HPV and cancer.
Introduction to Skin Cancer
An introduction to skin cancer in the head and neck region, including skin cancer types, diagnosis, treatment, prevention and surveillance.
Cancer Survivorship – Patient Education on Post-Treatment Care
AHNS is pleased to provide educational materials targeted at survivors of head and neck cancers and those who care for them. Click this link to access a series of guideline-style reviews for survivorship care across a number of different subject areas.
Interviews with Cancer Survivors
Video interviews with survivors of various types of cancers – survivors answer question about their experiences, before, during and after their treatment.
HPV Vaccine for Boys
A brief video on the importance of HPV vaccination for boys.
AHNS Position Statements
Official AHNS-endorsed statements on various cancer-related topics including HPV vaccination, e-cigarette & marijuana use and early detection screening.
Find A Physician
Database of AHNS members, their location and specialties
Thyroid & Parathyroid Diseases
Patient information from the AHNS Endocrine Section.
Mucosal Malignancy Section Patient Information
Introduction to mucosal cancers in the head and neck region. These cancers can involve the oral cavity, oropharynx, nasopharynx, hypopharynx, and larynx. If you or your loved one has developed cancer in this region, you can follow this link for additional information from the Mucosal Malignancy Section.