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Advancements in Cancer Research

Advancements in cancer research have led to a better understanding of the etiology, pathology, treatment, and management of various cancers. The implementation of these advancements from the bench to the bedside has dramatically improved survival rates and quality of life of cancer patients. Yet, challenges and controversies remain. Despite these advancements, cancers continue to be the leading cause of death worldwide. Advancements in Cancer Research (ISBN: 978-0-6453320-9-4) is a platform for the timely dissemination of these advancements, challenges, and controversies. To avoid unnecessary delays, chapters are published as they become accepted after peer review rather than waiting for the completion of the review of other chapters, or additional chapters to arrive. Clinical and basic science chapters on any aspect of any cancer are suitable for submission. To publish a chapter, click the following link:  Advancements in Cancer Research.

Consolato M. Sergi, MD, PHD, MPH, FRCPC, FCAP (Editor)
Anatomic Pathology Division, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, ON, Canada

Published: 2022-10-28

Challenges in the Radiological Diagnosis of Osteoradionecrosis of the Jaw in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Busra Yilmaz, DDS, MSC, Efsun Somay, DDS, PHD, Ahmet Kucuk, MD, Berrin Pehlivan, MD, Ugur Selek, MD, Erkan Topkan, MD

Pages 1-22

Definitions of Radiation-induced Trismus in Head and Neck Cancer: Current Concepts and Controversies

Efsun Somay, DDS, PHD, Ahmet Kucuk, MD, Busra Yilmaz, DDS, MSC, Berrin Pehlivan, MD, Ugur Selek, MD, Erkan Topkan, MD

Pages 23-40

Assessment of the Impact of Osteoradionecrosis on Quality-of-Life Measures in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer

Efsun Somay, DDS, PHD, Busra Yilmaz, DDS, MSC, Erkan Topkan, MD, Ahmet Kucuk, MD, Berrin Pehlivan, MD, Ugur Selek, MD

Pages 41-56

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