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The chances of laryngeal cancer recurring within the first 2 to 3 years following recovery are increased and it is thus essential that the patient will be carefully monitored during this period of time in order to avoid the reappearance of the disease. Nevertheless, the risk becomes considerably reduced after 5 years and the prevalence of recurring laryngeal cancer, in this case, is very low.
We wanted a resource where people who are looking for better help can find it, because one of the issues that I have found is that the diagnosis takes a little bit, some people don’t know if they are diagnosed or not. This is something that it is important enough, that is why I wanted to put the information together.