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 Dentist and Mouth Cancer Foundation Ambassador has a few words of advice to help Dentists.   “Those of us in general dental practice face challenging times. Although we all hope things will return to normal soon the chances are that we can expect long periods of closure before we can carry out routine services again.

More than half a million Britions answered the Secretary of State of Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock's plea for volunteers to join the NHS Army. Retired doctors and nurses will once again put on their uniforms to serve the nation, despite the possible implications it could have on their own health. 

We have now been asked to stay at home. The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay indoors in order to protect the NHS and save lives. Reducing day-to-day contact with other people will reduce the spread of infection.  You should only leave the house for one of four reasons:

The news headlines across the globe currently make very grim reading. They are our reality!  And the fact is, head and neck cancer patients, like anyone with cancer and other underlying health issues, are in the high-risk category when it comes to contracting coronavirus. We are therefore asking everyone to do a very simple thing... STAY AT HOME. #StayAtHome

The Mouth Cancer Foundation would like to wish all the amazing Mums out there a really special and wonderful Mothers Day! We hope you get spoilt by your loved ones.

'Say ahh' - one of the most common phrases stated by dentists, now turns into a marketing campaign for third year running.  Oral health covers a wide range of topics such as dentistry, hygiene, medical conditions such as mouth cancer and finally oral specifc products. Its a huge subject, but it is incredly important that it gets talked about!

The Mouth Cancer Foundation is involved in an initiative exploring the long-term burden of treatment on head and neck cancer patients, along with patient support group The Swallows and pharmaceutical company Bristol - Myers Squibb.

Here at Mouth Cancer Foundation HQ we are trying to support everybody.

Have you checked yourself for mouth cancer yet this March? Our never-ending drive is to encourage everyone to take our mouth cancer self examination and carry out a simple, head and neck cancer check at home, ideally once a month.

Its no secret that smoking is unhealthy, that billions of pounds are spent on advertising throughout the year.  So why do people continue to smoke? The government ‘no packaging’ initiative, forced tobacco companies to leave their trademark packaging, slogans and business identities and instead brand them with gruesome images warning uses of the health risks.

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