Frontiers 2021. Perspectives of Head and Neck Cancer. A Patient’s Perspective – Head & Neck Cancer Survivor, journalist & grandmother

In this presentation Head & Neck Cancer survivor, Julie McCrossin calls for the life-long public funding of dental care for Head & Neck Cancer patients due to the long-term side effects of treatment on the mouth, teeth and oral wellbeing of survivors.

This talk was presented at Frontiers 2021: The Art, Science and Future of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery on Friday 12 November 2021.

Session 3 – Perspectives of Head and Neck Cancer
Session Running Order
Dr. Linda Friedland – Head and Neck Cancer: Advances in Immunotherapy
Dr. Kendrick Koo – Head and Neck Cancer: advances in personalised medicine
Dr. Ben Dixon – Head and Neck Cancer: the surgeon’s perspective
Tracey Nicholls – H&NC: the nurse’s perspective
Julie McCrossin – Head and Neck Cancer: the patient’s perspective
Panel discussion moderated by: A/Prof Bernard Lyons

The Frontiers Conference is sponsored by The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation: Supporting Excellence in Australian and New Zealand Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery.