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Wednesday Weekly - 22 February 2017

Treatments for head and neck cancer include radiation, chemotherapy and surgery - none are easy on the patient and those who’ve undergone radiation may be a little squeamish about the idea of twice daily treatments instead of just one. The lead story this week however suggests getting strapped into that plastic mesh mask twice daily may have serious benefits and the undoubted discomfort may be worth it.
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