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FREE Head & Neck Cancer Screenings

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June 25, 2019

 

You’re invited to attend a FREE screening presented by OHC, Specialists in Cancer and Blood Disorders, and Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital.

DATE:Thursday, August 22
TIME:5–7 p.m.
PLACE:Mercy Health – Ear, Nose & Throat
On the campus of Mercy Health – Fairfield Hospital
2960 Mack Road, Suite 205, Fairfield, OH 45014
Josh Martin MD

Josh Martin, MD, OHC Radiation Oncologist

 

Screenings will be conducted by:

  • Josh Martin, MD, OHC Radiation Oncologist
  • Bradley Lemberg, MD, Mercy Health Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist

If you have these risk factors, you should consider getting screened:

  • Smoking
  • Regular alcohol consumption
  • Possible exposure to HPV (human papillomavirus)
  • Age 55 and older

Register today
Registration is required. Call OHC at 513-751-2145 today to reserve your space. (If you call after 5pm, please leave a message and we’ll be happy to return your call the next business day.)

  • Screenings will occur in 10-minute intervals
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time

What to Expect During the Screening
Screening is quick and painless. The doctors will visually examine your head, neck, face and mouth to look for any masses, lesions and swelling, or any facial asymmetry. They will compare both sides of your neck for any signs of enlargement, while feeling for any enlarged lymph nodes.

They will then examine your mouth to look for both red and white lesions on the mucous membrane, as well any masses within the tissues. While examining your tongue, the doctors will note any ulcers, swellings or other abnormalities, and will likely ask you to stick out your tongue and move it from side to side to look for any spasms or asymmetry. They will use what’s called a laryngeal mirror to inspect the inside of the back of your throat.

 
 

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