This is a very good video of a typical throat cancer patient whose sympoms presented themselves over time and were thought to be insignificant by the patient and his GP. When the neck lumps grew he was referred to ENT who diagnosed him quickly. An HPV related head and neck cancer which started in the tonsil. Ian’s cancer had spread locally and was inoperable. Like many HPV patients he was treated with chemoradiation, no surgery, but the treatment was brutal, something he doesn’t mention here. Two years later he is back playing competitive squash!