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Sinonasal cancer develops in the nasal cavity—the space behind the nostrils—and the paranasal sinuses, which are the air-filled spaces located on either side of the nose.

At NYU Langone’s Head and Neck Center, part of the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center, our otolaryngologists–head and neck surgeons, neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, and medical oncologists collaborate to develop a personalized treatment plan for you.


At NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, we personalize the care of every patient.More About Perlmutter Cancer Center

CLINICAL TRIALS and Research Studies

Our teams of physicians and scientists work together across multiple disciplines to bring our patients the most innovative clinical trials.Find a Clinical Trial

Surgery is a mainstay of treatment for sinonasal cancer, and our physicians at the Anterior Skull Base Surgery Center specialize in using minimally invasive approaches whenever possible. Clinical trials may also be an option for some people with sinonasal cancer.

Our psychologists, social workers, and integrative medicine specialists ensure that you receive the support you need throughout treatment. Our visual rehabilitation specialists and ophthalmologists may also play a role in your care, because the eyes are sometimes affected by sinonasal cancer and its treatments.

Treatment at NYU Langone

Treatment of sinonasal cancer may include surgery, with or without radiation therapy. Chemotherapy may be appropriate for some people. It is sometimes combined with radiation therapy, an approach called chemoradiation.

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