11th November 2012
11th November 2012
31st October 2012
As part of our commitment to work extra hard to increase awareness of mouth, throat and other head and neck cancers during that period, we are launching a new viral campaign, “Mission not Impossible”.
22nd October 2012
As part of the ongoing commitment to raise awareness of this debilitating disease, we are holding the Mouth Cancer Awareness Week from 11th to 17th November and encourage everyone to get involved.
10th October 2012
The charity has a lot of success working with many local head and neck cancer support groups across the UK and feel it is important to acknowledge their hard work and achievements. The Mouth Cancer Foundation Support Group Awards will offer grants to the most dedicated support groups which provide local support beyond diagnosis or treatment of head and neck cancers.
8th October 2012
And now, a review study presented in the Annals of Oncology revealed that eating green vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower or Brussels sprouts at least once a week could cut the risk of developing mouth cancer by almost a fifth.
5th October 2012
The qMIDS test, which measures the activity of 16 genes, can show whether patients with a sore or ulcer in the mouth possess pre-cancerous cells. Although mouth ulcers and sores are very common and mostly benign, the test can allow at-risk patients to receive earlier treatment.
25th September 2012
We all met in London’s Hyde Park where the charity held its 7th annual FREE Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk designed to raise much needed funds and awareness to combat all head and neck cancers. The walk proved to be a great success as almost 800 walkers turned out to ‘step out and make a difference.’
20th September 2012
Mouth cancer affects more than 300 Irish people every year. It is often diagnosed at an advanced stage as patients are unaware of the early symptoms of the disease. Mouth Cancer Awareness Day aims to educate people and make them aware that a simple and painless five-minute examination can save their lives.
17th September 2012
The walk has been organised by Charity Trustee, Dr Geeta Perks, and her husband Jon who live in Australia where they want to continue the charity’s great work.
12th September 2012
The walk is designed to raise much needed funds and awareness to combat all head and neck cancers. It is also a fun day out for all the family so we strongly encourage you to sign up today. For more information about the walk and to register, please visit www.mouthcancerwalk.org. We hope to see you soon.
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