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CDS received a very warm welcome from the men and women of Luton Fire and Rescue Service on Tuesday 20 November 2018. The mobile dental unit was used to support free oral cancer screening; a little-known cancer that is increasing in numbers in the UK. Despite a bitterly cold day the humour and friendliness of the service men and women made it all worthwhile.

A Principal Dental Surgeon, Bob To, from Blueberry Dental Practice in Bracknell, Berkshire is taking part in an ‘extraordinary race, for extraordinary people in an extraordinary place’, also known amongst ultra-distance runners, as the iconic Marathon des Sables.

Little 7 year old Lilly has made special wax melts to be sold through her mother's business with all of the proceeds going to the Mouth Cancer Foundation.

If you are looking for an idea for Christmas, for someone who may be struggling with eating after surgery, think about buying a copy of Brenda’s Easy to Swallow Cookbook which is easily available from Amazon. 

Confidence Dental & Wellbeing are working hard to raise awareness for mouth cancer by offering FREE Mouth Cancer Screenings all year round at their dental practice in Jersey.  They are also proactive on social media to help spread the work and educate the public on the signs and symptoms before it’s too late.  For more information visit http://www.c

Dental Therapist and Mouth Cancer Foundation supporter, Faryial Khan has successfully completed a 5 KM swimming feat during Mouth Cancer Action Month in aid of our charity.

Mouth Cancer Action Month is drawing to a close but there is still time to raise awareness of good oral health and check your mouth is healthy before the 30th.   Well done if you have remembered to do your self check already.  

Thank you to everyone who has sent in their walk sponsorship donations already.   If you are still collecting, there is one month to go until the 31st December 2018 deadline.  Please post any cheques, made payable to the Mouth Cancer Foundation, to the following address:

This week (19th to 25th November) is Alcohol Awareness Week run by Alcohol Concern, now Alcohol Change UK, aiming to educate people about the dangers of drinking too much alcohol.  This year the theme of Alcohol Awareness Week is Change.

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