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2020 & 2021 OHANCAW® Spokesperson
Voice Actor and Throat Cancer Survivor
Meet our 2020 & 2021 Spokesperson! Maybe you don’t know Rob Paulsen, but you’ve heard him. A lot. You know him from Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius, and most of the other animated projects that Paulsen has been part of as a voice actor for nearly three decades. As a throat cancer survivor, Rob is now using his famous voice for a good cause–raising awareness of head and neck cancer and promoting the importance of early detection and prevention.
Voice Actor and OHANCAW® spokesperson, Rob Paulsen, made a guest appearance on Larry King Now to discuss his book Voice Lessons: How a Couple of Ninja Turtles, Pinky, and an Animaniac Saved My Life and what he learned about empathy after battling stage 3 throat cancer with guest host, Dennis Miller.
Voice Actor and OHANCAW® spokesperson, Rob Paulsen, was interviewed on AfterBuzzTV Mini Spotlight to talk about his career, journey with cancer and his new book.
Head and Neck Cancer Survivors
HPV & Cancer
Cure Connections: Through the Eyes of a Head and Neck Cancer Patient
HNCA board members, Meryl Kaufman, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, BRS-S, and Itzhak Brook, M.D., M.Sc., discuss the prevalence of cancers of the head and neck, emphasizing the potential risk factors and importance of prevention. Video series provided by Cure Today.
Eating Well with Cancer Recipes
A healthy diet is an important part of a cancer patient’s journey before, during, and after treatment. Eating healthy can help prevent weight loss, lack of appetite, and other side effects of head and neck cancer treatment. It can also help you feel better and respond better to your cancer treatment. These recipes are provided by the Cancer Support Community.
- HPV-Attributed Head and Neck Cancer: A New Treatment on the Horizon
- Support Resources for Head and Neck Cancer Patients, Survivors and Caregivers
- The Story Behind the Smash Cancer Tennis Tournament: The Howard Family
- Re-Learning to Talk, Swallow, and Eat: A Caregiver’s Perspective
- Safety of Celebrating the Spring Holidays with Family and Friends for Head and Neck Cancer Patients