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Am I at risk for developing NPC (Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma)?

There are many causes of NPC, including: viral infection, genetic susceptibility, and environmental factors. Genetic background plays a key role in predisposing or making someone more likely to experience increased susceptibility to this cancer. The following survey will help you estimate your risk level so that, if appropriate, early intervention such as screening can be done.

The survey won’t tell you whether you’ll get NPC or not. But it can help you to understand the important risk factors, including taking actions or making changes that can lower your risk, improve your prognosis or outcome and encourage a better quality of life.

This survey will take less than 5 minutes.

You should know

  • This survey is intended to provide you with a general assessment of NPC risks for your own educational purposes. The information provided has been referenced from scientific journals and publications as cited.
  • This survey looks at relative risks only. Please consult further with your physician and discuss which NPC monitoring program is best for you.
  • Your risk can change over time. We recommend taking the survey every six months to see if your risk changes.

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surveybanner

Am I at risk for developing NPC (Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma)?

There are many causes of NPC, including: viral infection, genetic susceptibility, and environmental factors. Genetic background plays a key role in predisposing or making someone more likely to experience increased susceptibility to this cancer. The following survey will help you estimate your risk level so that, if appropriate, early intervention such as screening can be done.

The survey won’t tell you whether you’ll get NPC or not. But it can help you to understand the important risk factors, including taking actions or making changes that can lower your risk, improve your prognosis or outcome and encourage a better quality of life.

This survey will take less than 5 minutes.

You should know

  • This survey is intended to provide you with a general assessment of NPC risks for your own educational purposes. The information provided has been referenced from scientific journals and publications as cited.
  • This survey looks at relative risks only. Please consult further with your physician and discuss which NPC monitoring program is best for you.
  • Your risk can change over time. We recommend taking the survey every six months to see if your risk changes.

I agree


surveybanner

Am I at risk for developing NPC (Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma)?

There are many causes of NPC, including: viral infection, genetic susceptibility, and environmental factors. Genetic background plays a key role in predisposing or making someone more likely to experience increased susceptibility to this cancer. The following survey will help you estimate your risk level so that, if appropriate, early intervention such as screening can be done.

The survey won’t tell you whether you’ll get NPC or not. But it can help you to understand the important risk factors, including taking actions or making changes that can lower your risk, improve your prognosis or outcome and encourage a better quality of life.

This survey will take less than 5 minutes.

You should know

  • This survey is intended to provide you with a general assessment of NPC risks for your own educational purposes. The information provided has been referenced from scientific journals and publications as cited.
  • This survey looks at relative risks only. Please consult further with your physician and discuss which NPC monitoring program is best for you.
  • Your risk can change over time. We recommend taking the survey every six months to see if your risk changes.

I agree


surveybanner

Am I at risk for developing NPC (Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma)?

There are many causes of NPC, including: viral infection, genetic susceptibility, and environmental factors. Genetic background plays a key role in predisposing or making someone more likely to experience increased susceptibility to this cancer. The following survey will help you estimate your risk level so that, if appropriate, early intervention such as screening can be done.

The survey won’t tell you whether you’ll get NPC or not. But it can help you to understand the important risk factors, including taking actions or making changes that can lower your risk, improve your prognosis or outcome and encourage a better quality of life.

This survey will take less than 5 minutes.

You should know

  • This survey is intended to provide you with a general assessment of NPC risks for your own educational purposes. The information provided has been referenced from scientific journals and publications as cited.
  • This survey looks at relative risks only. Please consult further with your physician and discuss which NPC monitoring program is best for you.
  • Your risk can change over time. We recommend taking the survey every six months to see if your risk changes.

I agree


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