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Treatment of malignant (cancerous) salivary tumours

Treatment of malignant (cancerous) salivary tumours

Treatment of malignant (cancerous) salivary tumours

Treatment of malignant (cancerous) salivary tumours

A malignant salivary tumour is a rapidly progressive cancer which requires surgery, followed by radiotherapy. Surgical resection of the cancerous growth constitutes the mainstay of treatment. This is followed by radiation therapy, which uses high energy rays to destroy the cancer cells. The prognosis of malignant salivary tumours is not very favourable and has a low survival rate.

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