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A brief cognitive behavioral therapy appears promising for head and neck cancer survivors

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Talking, smiling, eating together—these are all social activities that are inherent to the human experience. But for some head and neck cancer survivors, they are dreaded tasks. These survivors can go through disfiguring surgeries and radiation treatments to their tongues, jaws, voice boxes, necks and faces that radically affect their appearances and their control over facial muscles.

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