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How do you manage the thickened secretions secondary to xerostomia during head and neck radiation?  



Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Academic Institution
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Radiation Oncologist at University of Missouri at Columbia, Ellis Fischel Cancer Cener
Agree that there is no one approach, and a trial o...
Radiation Oncologist at AV Strauss MD
I have found that regular use of deeply breathed i...
Medical Oncologist at UNMH
Does anyone have experience with Amifostine for ra...
Radiation Oncologist at Baylor Scott & White Health
For pilocarpine, double check they don't have narr...
Radiation Oncologist at Rush University Medical Center
@Michal J. Wolski, 100%!! @Tripti Chopade, by the...
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Radiation Oncologist at Northeast Georgia Medical Center
In addition to all mentioned, I will add using a b...
Radiation Oncologist at Rush University Medical Center
Great point, @Jack T. Griffeth!
Radiation Oncologist at Vice Chair, Northside Hospital Cancer Institute
Agree!
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