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recurrent mouth/throat cancer
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An_252274 posted:
I had a rumor on my R tonsil which was treated successfully with chemo, radiation and surgery 2-2.5 years ago. I tested positive for the HPV virus then. I beleive they treated me as if it were a cancer caused by smoking. A new lesion has appearred on the tonsil again and the team of doctors have taken a biopsy on it. In a few days I will know the result.

Where can I find information on what might be a case of recurrent cancer in this area, in the same place, and the replationship with the HPV virus.

I will be very interetsed in specific dietary options which help the system recover. Thank you very much.
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