Woman’s Severe Toothache Turns Out to Be Cancer; Recognizing Symptoms & Being Your Own Biggest Advocate Is Key

Published Oct 14, 2020

Woman’s Severe Toothache Turns Out to Be Cancer; Recognizing Symptoms & Being Your Own Biggest Advocate Is Key

Nicole Kowalski visited her dentist numerous times complaining of a severe toothache, but was brushed off each time. It wasn't until her dentist noticed she was losing bone in her upper jaw that Kowalski was referred to a doctor. It turned out to be cancer.

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