Beverly Hills ENT, Dr. Babak Larian, Featured on Health Radio

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Head and neck cancer sepcialist, Dr. Babak Larian, discusses the death of Beastie Boy co-founder MCA and salivary gland tumors

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“important to make oral hygiene a priority. If you at any point feel a lump or growth on the side of your face, neck, or in your mouth, go check it out immediately.

Beverly Hills head and neck cancer specialist Babak Larian, MD sat down with Health Radio’s senior health correspondent Melanie Cole to discuss the tragic passing of Beastie Boy co-founder Adam Yauch, also known as MCA, and the directly related topic of salivary gland tumor.

HealthRadio.net is the world’s leading online talk radio portal and regularly features the leading health and medical news makers and top experts on their shows. After the sudden death of music legend and pioneer MCA, Health Radio reached out to salivary gland cancer specialist Dr. Babak Larian for feedback and advice.

The expertise and knowledge of Dr. Larian came in handy when exploring the risks and treatment options of salivary gland tumor. Dr. Larian explained that the disease can be both cured and prevented, assuming it is discovered in time. If it is caught early enough it requires a simple surgery and is 100% treatable.

While on the show, Dr. Larian also gave some valuable advice, explaining that it is “important to make oral hygiene a priority. If you at any point feel a lump or growth on the side of your face, neck, or in your mouth, go check it out immediately.”

Click here to Listen to Dr. Larian on Health Radio.

Learn more about salivary gland tumors at http://www.larianmd.com/areas-of-practice/salivary-gland.html.

Dr. Babak Larian, the Chairman and the Director of the CENTER for Advanced Head & Neck Surgery in Los Angeles, is a highly experienced and reputable board-certified surgeon, specializing in ear, nose and throat surgery. Dr. Larian is nationally renowned for his expertise in minimally invasive surgery techniques in the treatment of sinus, thyroid, parathyroid, salivary glands and throat disorders.

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