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The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #EachforEqual, focusing on fighting stereotypes, shutting down prejudice and of course, celebrating women’s achievements. In previous years themes have focused on encouraging gender balance in boardrooms, in the media and in wealth.

Today is national Dentist's Day in America.  Dentist's Day is an annual professional holiday celebrated every 6th March.  Why not make today one to celebrate your Dentist here in the UK too and express your appreciation and gratitude to the people who play an important part in your oral health. 

The deadline for sending in application forms for the Support Group Awards 2020 is Tuesday 31st March.

The 4th March is designated as International HPV Awareness Day encouraging people to ask about HPV, Human papilloma virus.

Australian Radio and TV veteran John Blackman is on the mend and plans to be back to 'normal' after a second surgery from an aggressive form of skin cancer, known as basal cell carcinoma.   The 72-year-old ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’ star has already lost his jaw to cancer and underwent more surgery this week.  The pro-active twitter user praised his care at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and say

Walk All Over Cancer is a fundraising and activity challenge that occurs every March in aid of the charity Cancer Research UK. Participants are challenged to get fit and feel amazing by taking part in a sponsored walk of 10,000 steps every day during the month.  All proceeds from the fundraising are donated to the charity.

Mouth Cancer Foundation Clinical Ambassador, Mahesh Kumar recently visited Malabar Cancer Centre in India, one of the largest in the Kerala State of South India. While on his visit Mahesh observed Head of Surgical Oncology Dr Sajith Babu perform many complex Head and Neck Cancer operations, predominantly operations from those affected with Mouth Cancer.

Would you like to received up to £2000.00 for your head and neck cancer support group? Hopefully, our headline has caught your attention because who wouldn’t like to receive £2000? 

Sadly, cases of head and neck cancers are still on the increase.  The Mouth Cancer Foundation exists to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms and keep the general public informed.  We recently revealed our brand-new mouth cancer self-check leaflet to add to the collection of free leaflets we have available.  If you would like to help educate your patients about the risk factors and signs

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