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  Increased Risk of Cancer Of The Larynx  
 
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Signs, symptoms & indicators of Increased Risk of Cancer Of The Larynx:
 
 
Symptoms - Gas-Int - General  Difficulty swallowing

Counter-indicators:
  No difficulty swallowing
 
 

Risk factors for Increased Risk of Cancer Of The Larynx:
 
 
Environment / Toxicity  Cigarette Smoke Damage
 People who stop smoking can greatly reduce their risk of developing cancer of the larynx, as well as cancer of the lung, mouth, pancreas, bladder, and esophagus.
 
 

Increased Risk of Cancer Of The Larynx can lead to:
 
 
Risks  Cancer / Risk - General Measures
 
 

Recommendations for Increased Risk of Cancer Of The Larynx:
 
 
Diet  Increased Fish Consumption
 Study subjects who ate two or more servings of fish weekly had a much lower risk for esophageal, stomach, colon, rectum, and pancreatic cancers than those who avoided fish. In fact, the rates of these types of cancer were 30 to 50 percent lower among fish eaters. High fish consumption was also associated with lower risks for cancers of the larynx (30 percent lower risk), endometrial cancer (20 percent lower risk), and ovarian cancer (30 percent lower risk).

  Vegetarian/Vegan Diet

Lab Tests/Rule-Outs

  Test AMAS (AntiMalignin Antibody Screen)
 
 


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Weak or unproven link
Strong or generally accepted link
Weakly counter-indicative
May do some good