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Throat cancer includes cancer of the nasopharynx (the upper part of the throat behind the nose), the oropharynx (the middle part of the pharynx), and the hypopharynx (the bottom part of the pharynx).
Cancer of the larynx (voice box) may also be included as a type of throat cancer.
This is a summary of the best English-language websites I could find around the world for head and neck cancers, both for general information (symptoms, treatment options, research, etc) and for forums (message or discussion boards) and other kinds of support.
And for those living in Australia there is information about Australian websites here.
To locate the sections on head and neck cancers, go to their home page, find the heading “Types of Cancer” and click on the link 'A to Z List of Cancers' and find and click on 'Head and Neck Cancer'.
They have many other resources too for those involved with cancer so it's well worth exploring their site for additional information and support that may be relevant to your situation.
The Oral Cancer Foundation has an excellent website at you can find detailed information about causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, sources of support, and more.
Common names for it include such things as mouth cancer, tongue cancer, and throat cancer.
Each year in the US, approximately 30,000 people are newly diagnosed with oral cancer. This site will provide you with information about the rates of occurrence, risk factors which lead to oral cancer, treatments, current research, and current oral cancer related news.""A patient / survivor forum is open to the public where those currently fighting oral cancer can gain insights and inspiration from those who have been there before them.