alexa Listening to the Personal Inner Language of Patients with Head and Neck Cancer

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Listening to the Personal Inner Language of Patients with Head and Neck Cancer

Recurrent head and neck cancer (rHNC) still carries a poor prognosis. There is no generally accepted standard treatment protocol for this condition, and most patients succumb to the disease after 18 months. What often goes unexamined is the “personal listening language” (PLL) and emotional background of these patients, which favors addictive alcohol and tobacco behavior and is strongly correlated to a broad range of psychosocial problems that become exacerbated over time.

Listening to the Personal “Inner Language” of Patients with Head and Neck Cancer

 
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