Head and Neck Cancers: What You Need to Know

Dr. Matthew Old discusses new information about head and neck cancer risk, as well as the benefits of screening—even for those who lead healthy lifestyles. Read More

Dr. Matthew Old discusses new information about head and neck cancer risk, as well as the benefits of screening—even for those who lead healthy lifestyles. Read More

April Physician of the Month: Matthew Old

Dr. Matthew Old spends his career on the cutting edge, working to save lives through breakthroughs in state-of-the-art surgery and research. Meet our April Physician of the Month. Read More

Dr. Matthew Old spends his career on the cutting edge, working to save lives through breakthroughs in state-of-the-art surgery and research. Meet our April Physician of the Month. Read More

Elli's Story

Elli, 19 and a freshman pre-med student at Ohio State, was a sophomore in high school when she began experiencing unexplained episodes of light-headedness. Read her story. Read More

Elli, 19 and a freshman pre-med student at Ohio State, was a sophomore in high school when she began experiencing unexplained episodes of light-headedness. Read her story. Read More

Head & Neck Cancer: Recent Discoveries and New Clinical Trials

Cancers collectively known as head and neck cancers typically begin in cells that line the moist, mucosal surfaces inside the head and neck including the mouth, nose and throat. Read More

Cancers collectively known as head and neck cancers typically begin in cells that line the moist, mucosal surfaces inside the head and neck including the mouth, nose and throat. Head and neck cancers are further categorized by the area in which they begin. According to the National Cancer Institute, tobacco use, alcohol use and human papillomavirus infection are important risk factors for head and neck cancers. Read More