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Second Primary Cancer Following Primary Oropharyngeal Cancer

Previous oropharyngeal cancer patients are 5 times more likely to develop second primary cancer (SPC) compared to the general population, which primarily affects the lungs and is more prevalent in HPV-negative patients.

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