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Prove your pedal power on the Straumann Stand, C20, at this year’s Dental Technology Showcase, by competing to be the fastest cyclist on a timed bike and help raise awareness and funds for our charity in the process.

Fancy a stroll around Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens in early Autumn?  Why not join the 13th annual Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk.  Signing up to the walk at 12 noon on Sunday 30th September in London’s Hyde Park is easy.  All you need to do is register here…www.mouthcancerwalk.org/register.

Lifelong supporter of the Mouth Cancer Foundation, Carol Peers, received a nice surprise, by mail, recently when her old company, Trigon Snacks, sent a cheque for £50.00 after fundraising for the Mouth Cancer Foundation.    Carol’s husband Barry passed away on 28th September 2004 after being diagnosed with mouth cancer.  Carol and Barry founded the Barry Peers Mouth Cancer Ap

The charity is still working hard to raise money in the GIVAPOUND campaign, the fundraising initiative to see how much a £1 donation can turn into at the end of 365 days.   There are still a few weeks to go until the year is up at the end of May. 

…from London to Brighton over the next May Bank Holiday Weekend, starting on 26th May and hopefully completing the walk in two days.   This is all because his best friend Michael was diagnosed a year ago with mouth cancer.  Ritchie says “I have witnessed first-hand how this type of cancer can affect anyone directly and indirectly.  The Mouth Cancer Foundation is doing an amazing job

Look out for us at the ITI Congress UK and Ireland conference on 27th and 28th April at Kings Place Events in London.  We will be busy promoting awareness of mouth cancer, giving away leaflets and encouraging everyone to support the Straumann Charity Bike Ride.   We look forward to meeting you there.

Congratulations to Dentist, Lianne Steadman for completing her London marathon challenge, in aid of our charity, on Sunday in 6 hours.  An amazing feat in Sunday’s heat.  

The World Health Organisation has declared the last week in April World Immunization Week, which aims to highlight the collective action needed to ensure that every person is protected from vaccine preventable diseases.  This year’s theme is ‘Protected Together’ #vaccine’swork.  It encourages people at every level from donors to the general public to go further in their efforts to increase immu

Mouth Cancer Foundation Ambassador Mahesh Kumar is leading a campaign to highlight the dangers of 'Snus’ (pronounced snooze), a new drug on the street in the world of football.  Use of this drug can cause mouth cancer and it is a real risk to users.

We would like to wish marathon runner Lianne Steadman the best of luck when she takes part in the London Marathon on Sunday!  We’ll let you know how Lianne gets on next week.

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