T1 Supraglottic Cancer
 
T1b Glottic Cancer
 
T1 Subglottic Cancer
 
T1 Carcinoma of the Supraglottic
Treated with Radiation Therapy
(May or may not had concomminent chemotherapy)
 
Large T1b Glottic Cancer
Treated With Radiation Therapy
(May or may not had concomminent chemotherapy)
 
 
T1 Subglottic Cancer
Treated With Surgical Debulking and Radiation Therapy
 

Treatment of laryngeal cancers will vary and depend upon the exact extent of the tumor and protocols at your treatment facility.   Always consult a physician and get a second opinion.   At our facility in 2008 most laryngeal cancers are treated with Radiation Therapy with or without Concomminent Chemotherapy.
 

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