Last year we told you about HPV Action’s aim of increasing its number of members to include 50 organisations.  Well, huge congratulations to HPV Action as they have reached their goal today!  Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust and the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England have joined the society of which, we are also members.

Inspirational International speaker and friend of the Mouth Cancer Foundation Eva Grayzel is celebrating 20 years surviving cancer. 

Cyclists are already in training for the 4th Straumann Charity Bike Ride.   If you would like to sponsor their efforts simply visit our fundraising page here…

This is an appeal to all individuals who make a donation to the Mouth Cancer Foundation or send in sponsorship forms with monies they have collected from family and friends.  Where possible please will you let us know if you and your supporters are eligible to gift aid your money. It is so easy to do, costs you nothing and will benefit the charity immensely.   

We’ve been busy here at Mouth Cancer Foundation HQ getting everything ready for the 13th Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk, which this year is taking place on Sunday 30th September in Hyde Park, London.

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month in the USA. Close to 49,750 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year, that’s 132 new people every day. Of those newly diagnosed individuals, only slightly more than half will be alive in 5 years. This is a number which has not significantly improved in decades.

Everyone at the Mouth Cancer Foundation would like to wish all our supporters a very Happy Easter!  We hope the Easter Bunny treats you well!

Would you like to support the cyclists riding 500 miles from Lake Garda to Rome between 19th and 23rd September, but don’t actually fancy using your own pedal power?  Well you can…

We are thrilled to announce that this year we are the chosen charity of dental implant company, Straumann and their bi-annual bike ride event. From 19th to 23rd September 70 plus riders will saddle up and cycle an impressive 500 miles across Italy, in just five days, from the picturesque Lake Garda to the cultural capital of Rome.