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Nasal and sinus cancer

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Common symptoms of nasal and sinus cancer include a long-lasting blocked nose, frequent nosebleeds and a reduced sense of smell.

You're more at risk of nasal and sinus cancer if you're a man, you work with certain substances (such as wood dust or certain metals) or you smoke.

Treatments for nasal and sinus cancer include surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

Nasal and sinus cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects inside your nose and the spaces behind your nose, cheekbones or forehead.

Page last reviewed: 28/09/2018
Next review due: 28/09/2021