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Dental payment plan company, Denplan, help support the launch of Mouth Cancer Action Month, which the Mouth Cancer Foundation promotes each November.  This month they have a great blog from mouth cancer survivor Liz Marsh, who was diagnosed with mouth cancer at just 27 years old.   

This headline from American website Dentistry IQ jumped out at us as at the Mouth Cancer Foundation we’re always campaigning for both professionals and individuals to check for mouth cancer.    We were intrigued to see what it said and wondered if it is really possible ‘most hygienists never do’ checks and why things are different in the US.

Staff at a dental practice in Grantham took part in a charity stepathon to raise awareness of mouth cancer.

The dental team at Limegrove Dental Care in Matlock, went above and beyond to raise awareness and funds for Mouth Cancer during Mouth Cancer Awareness Month. 

Today is International Volunteer Day, originally designated by the United Nations in 1985 as a global observance day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteering. The Mouth Cancer Foundation is indebted to all the wonderful volunteers who give their spare time to help us out during the year and especially at the Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk.

Are you able to recognise the changes in your mouth? That’s the question that was posed by So Dental this Mouth Cancer Action Month The Cambridgeshire dental practice is urging Chatteris residents to be more mouth aware, all year round and recognise the early warning signs of mouth cancer.

The staff at Kenton Dental have been working hard this Mouth Cancer Action Month to raise awareness of Mouth Cancer.   They’ve turned their practice blue with an effective display of mouth cancer action month materials and greeted their patients wearing blue lips.   All their patients will be sure of what was going on this November.

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