The Head and Neck Cancer Center cares for patients with early-stage, recurrent, and aggressive head and neck cancers. Our multidisciplinary approach brings together specialists who collaborate to manage your unique care from your first consultation through treatment and follow-up.  

Patients with a diagnosis or strong suspicion of cancer are seen within 72 hours. 

Location and Contact

Cancer Center

From support groups to innovative treatments like CAR T-cell therapy and everything in-between, our multidisciplinary teams provide you with the expertise and support you need fro…

Otolaryngology – Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery

Whether you need a diagnosis, non-surgical treatment, or surgery for problems involving the ears, sinuses, oral cavity, throat, or neck, the Otolaryngology team is here to provide…

Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Oncology Program

The OMFS Oncology team at BMC offers unique expertise for patients with tumors of the jaw, mouth, and face. Our holistic experience spans diagnosis, treatment, and reconstruction,…

Skull Base Surgery

Our neurosurgeons treat both cancerous and benign skull base tumors, offering the latest surgeries, as well as non-surgical options, to help you achieve your best quality of life.
"Don’t be afraid. Get your family involved, ask your doctor what they recommend, and then go for it." Michelle Blake-Davis
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Head and Neck Photos taken 11/21
Education and Training

Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Residency

Our head and neck surgery residency provides training in surgery for head and neck cancers beginning in the second year. Residents receive hands-on clinical training and education at Boston Medical Center and several other hospitals around Boston.

Otolaryngology Clinic - Moakely

Head and Neck Cancer Clinical Trials

BMC offers a number of clinical trials specifically for head and neck cancer patients. Promising new techniques in the diagnosis, treatment, and care of patients with head and neck cancers are tested in these studies. The number and types of clinical trials available are constantly changing.