June 6th is the 34th annual National Cancer Survivors Day, a day to raise awareness and celebrate the lives of survivors. The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation defines a survivor as anyone living with a history of cancer – from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life.

The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation provides free guidance and education to hundreds of hospitals, support groups, and other cancer-related organisations. National Cancer Survivors Day enables the Foundation to improve the quality of life of cancer survivors by raising awareness of the ongoing challenges of cancer survivorship.

National Cancer Survivors Day is an opportunity to bring awareness to the challenges that survivors face during and after treatment.

We would especially like to celebrate the lives of all the head and neck cancer survivors and take this opportunity to thank everyone that supports the Mouth Cancer Foundation.  All support enables us to help improve and save lives.

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Educational Resources

Download a variety of free leaflets, posters and educational resources.

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