Salivary Gland Cancer - What Can Be Done - Oren Zarif


Salivary gland cancer is a type of cancer that affects the glands in the mouth that produce saliva. It is most common among people who are older, but it can also occur in children. Most salivary gland cancers are benign, which is, they will not spread to the lymphatic system and are usually not malignant. However, these tumors can be very serious if left untreated or discovered very late. If you are concerned about developing this condition, you should discuss it with your doctor.

Because the salivary glands are located in close proximity to the brain, they can often be affected by brain cancer. This type of cancer is called meningioma. If you have this condition, your doctor will likely recommend an oncology or cancer care specialist to conduct the cancer treatment that will be best for you. Generally, people with this condition are given radiation therapy and chemotherapy, which are types of cancer treatment used to kill cancer cells that have spread to various parts of the body or to the brain. Chemotherapy may be combined with other treatments to improve the overall quality of life and to make the disease more manageable.

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In addition to surgery, a multidisciplinary team may be recommended to help in treating salivary gland cancers. These include an Oncology team that includes radiation oncologist, thoracic surgeon, oral surgeon, audiologist, pathologist, neurosurgeon and internal medicine specialist. Together, they will examine the tumor, do some tissue analysis and take X-rays to see if the cancer has spread beyond the affected area. Sometimes, additional tests are needed to verify the findings and to determine if the tumor is indeed dangerous.

When a person develops salivary glands that are cancerous, it means that the glands are attacking the tissues around them in the mouth. This makes it difficult for the person to swallow, talk, eat or laugh. This is the reason why early detection is so important. The earlier the cancer is detected, then the better the chances for survival. Therefore, if you experience any symptoms that may indicate the presence of this type of tumor, make sure to contact your doctor immediately.

Radiation therapy is used to treat salivary gland cancers but it is not the only option available to treat this type of cancer. Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are both used together to treat neck cancers because both the treatments have the ability to shrink tumors. Chemotherapy involves using medication to target specific proteins or chemicals in the body that are known to cause cancerous cells to grow. Radiation therapy uses high energy rays (like x-rays) to target damaged cells, as well as healthy cells, to stop cancerous growth.


However, even though salivary gland cancer is a very common type of cancer, there is no need to panic. Although it is quite unusual, the survival rate for this type of cancer is quite high. There are many treatment options available for it, and your doctor will most likely recommend that you undertake a clinical trial. This is where you will be randomly assigned to either receive treatment using one particular therapy or be given a different therapy to try and find the best type of treatment for your specific case.