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Laryngeal Cancer Team

A patient's risk of developing laryngeal cancer increases with the use of tobacco products and alcohol consumption. Some symptoms of laryngeal cancer may include:

  • persistent sore throat and/or coughing
  • pain swallowing
  • presence of a lump in the neck or throat
  • pain in the ear
  • change in voice or development of a hoarse voice


PhysiciansAdvanced PracticeNursesSupport Services
Jonathan J. Beitler MD, MBA, FACR
Professor, Radiation Oncology, Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Scholar
Steven Budnick DDS
Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; Assistant Professor of Dermatology
Amy Chen MD
Professor, Otolaryngology; Head and Neck Surgery; Emory University School of Medicine; Founder and Director of Head and Neck Multidisciplinary Tumor Conference; Founder and Director of Thyroid Multidisciplinary Tumor Conference
Walter J. Curran, Jr. MD, FACR
Executive Director; Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University