As it is International Women’s Day today we’re encouraging all the women out there to take charge of your loved ones' lives and make sure they include a check for mouth cancer once a month.  It is a simple and quick to do.  You can even follow our step by step Bite Back at mouth Cancer guide.  http://mouthcancerfoundatio

International HPV Awareness Day is being launched by the International Papillomavirus Society on Sunday 4th March 2018. HPV Action group, of which we are a member, is one of the partner organisations.  

Today is a national celebration of love recognised around the world.  At the charity we are encouraging you to love yourself enough this year to carry out Bite Back at Mouth Cancer and tell all your family and friends about it as well.  Bite Back at Mouth Cancer is a quick and easy check that can be done after cleaning your teeth.  All you need is a good light

Drum roll…£26,287.70 is the amount you raised at the walk that took place on Saturday 30th September 2017 in London’s Hyde Park.  So a huge congratulations and big   ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who got sponsors for last year’s event. 

Catch Mouth Cancer Foundation Ambassador, Philip Lewis, at one of three talks all about mouth cancer and the work of the charity this month.   He’ll be lecturing for Professional Dentistry at Olympia, Kensington on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th February, and then on Friday 23rd February he’ll be speaking to around 1000 delegates at FMC CPD Dentistry in London. 

Next month on Sunday 18th March, Dental Nurse Manager, Faye Thornton, 48, is running the Hastings Half Marathon.  Faye works for the Maxillo Facial Units for East Kent Hospitals NHS trust and experiences first-hand the devastating effect head and neck cancer can have on patients.  Faye says “I felt that I need to do more to help Head and Neck Cancer patients by fundraising.”  So, thr

We have just received this photo from Leeds University student Phoebe Cameron and her friends who have raised a generous £350.00 for the charity. They held a stall in their university union back in November, during Mouth Cancer Action Month, to raise awareness.  Phoebe says “we certainly enjoyed it and we hope we were able to educate people on mouth cancer.” 

…for all your generous walk donations.   We will soon be revealing the total amount raised in sponsorship from the 12th annual Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk, which took place last September.   At the same time we will announce the highest fundraisers and the prizes they have won.