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At the Henry Ford Cancer Institute, we treat all types of cancers of the head and neck with the most minimally invasive techniques available. Our specialists focus exclusively on diagnosing and treating head and neck cancers, giving a depth of expertise that’s unparalleled in the region.
When head and neck cancers develop, they usually occur in the cells that line the moist, mucus-producing areas of the mouth, throat and nose. These cells are called the squamous cells, and cancers in these areas may be called squamous carcinoma (cancer). Sometimes, cancer in the head and neck region will occur in the thyroid gland or skin.
We are experts in diagnosing and treating the full range of head and neck cancers, including:
To refer a patient or consult with Henry Ford’s head and neck cancer specialists, call (877) 434-7470. Learn more for referring physicians.
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