Oral Cancerby Sol Silverman, American Cancer Society Staff
Currently, almost 29,000 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer. Mortality is high 50% -- owing to late diagnosis and treatment. Early diagnosis of a lesion in the localized stage, together with adequate treatment, are still the most effective means to oral cancer control. Dr. Silverman and more than 50 distinguished colleagues have written and revised Oral Cancer, a key volume in the American Cancer Society Atlases of Clinical Oncology. This new Fifth Edition belongs on the desktop of every dentist, otolaryngologist, and dermatologist managing oral lesions.
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