Overview. 11,000 new cases of laryngeal cancer per year in the U.S.Accounts for 25% of head and neck cancer and 1% of all cancersOne-third of these patients eventually die of their diseaseMost prevalent in the 6th and 7th decades of life. Overview. 4:1 male predilectionDownward shift from 15:1 post WWIIDue to increasing public acceptance of female smokingMore prevalent among lower socioeconomic class, in which it is diagnosed at more advanced stages.
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