What is throat cancer
About throat cancer
Information about the different cancers that can affect the throat.Learn more
Support and advice
Supporting patients and their families when facing a cancer diagnosis.Get support & advice
Why does Cancer Research UK classify throat cancer as ‘hard to treat'?
When a patient is diagnosed with throat cancer, their treatment may include surgery, along with chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The throat area carries very important nerve ends, veins and the spinal cord, which if damaged during surgery to remove can
Full JCVI statement: extending the vaccination programme to boys
This statement sets out the conclusions of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) on extending the HPV vaccination programme to adolescent boys in the UK.
Why I'm working to help relieve dry mouth for throat cancer sufferers
The Throat Cancer Foundation recently had the pleasure of visiting the Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Edinburgh to meet Dr Elaine Emmerson.
The HPV Action Story
HPV Action was launched in 2013 with the aim of achieving gender-neutral vaccination in the UK. It was the brainchild of two organisations in particular, the Throat Cancer Foundation led by Jamie Rae and the HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation, led by Tristan