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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TUESDAY 13th MARCH 2012
INTERVIEWS: FOUNDER OF THE MOUTH CANCER FOUNDATION – DR VINOD JOSHI
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To celebrate 10 years as the UK’s leading mouth cancer charity, the Mouth Cancer Foundation launches its brand new look website at www.mouthcancerfoundation.org today.
Founder of the charity, Dr Vinod Joshi, explains “The success of the Mouth Cancer Foundation is down to the interactive functionality of its website which members find really useful. There is a great sense of community onlines. The new website is fresh, informative and bursting with information to help patients and carers.”
In recent months the charity has experienced a record number of hits to its website. The online members’ forum is also a hugely popular site for the charity. As well as visitors going to the site for information, they regularly request leaflets and merchandise on all aspects of head and neck cancers. The signs, symptoms and how to care for those with head and neck cancer are the hottest topics.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
The Mouth Cancer Foundation – www.mouthcancerfoundation.org
* The Mouth Cancer Foundation organises and supports Mouth Cancer Awareness Week, which is taking place from the 13th – 19th November 2011 to coincide with Mouth Cancer Action Month.
The Mouth Cancer Foundation is a registered charity no. 1109298.
In the UK, nearly 8000 people are diagnosed with Mouth Cancer every year. Cancers can occur in any part of the mouth, tongue, lips, and adjacent areas like the throat, salivary glands, pharynx, larynx, sinus, and other sites in the head and neck area. In its very early stages, these Mouth Cancers can be easy to ignore.
1. An ulcer or white or red patch anywhere in the mouth that does not heal within 3 weeks
2. A lump or swelling anywhere in the mouth, jaw or neck that persists for more than 3 weeks
3. A difficulty in swallowing, chewing or moving the jaw or tongue
5. A numbness of the tongue or other area of the mouth
6. A feeling that something is caught in the throat
7. A chronic sore throat or hoarseness that persists more than 6 weeks
8. An unexplained loosening of teeth with no dental causeWebsite PR 01.03.12.doc