Being referred to a specialist does not mean that you have cancer. Very few people who are referred to a specialist actually have cancer. However, it is important that you are checked quickly to find out. If you do have cancer, spotting it early can mean treatment is easier and more likely to be successful. The types of cancer that affect children and young people can be can quite different from those in adults. Some cancers, such as neuroblastoma, retinoblastoma and Wilms' tumour affect mainly young children under 5.
Skip to Content. Lymphedema is the abnormal buildup of fluid in soft tissue due to a lymphatic system blockage. The lymphatic system helps fight infection and other diseases by carrying lymph throughout the body. Lymph is a colorless fluid containing white blood cells.
Staging of Laryngeal Cancer. Treatment of Laryngeal Cancer. Description of a Laryngectomy. Speech after Total Laryngectomy. Patient Education.