‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who took part in the Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk 2018 and sent donations in.   We are thrilled to announce last year’s event raised £29,036.62 including gift aid.    

People with head and neck cancers could more than triple their chances of survival simply by taking everyday painkillers, a new study, by researchers at the university of California San Francisco, suggests.

…is the date of our 14th Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk. Once again, the walk will take place at 12:00 noon in Hyde Park, London. More details will follow shortly, so please keep checking our website

Today is the start of National Obesity Awareness Week, asking the UK to help improve the nation’s health.  According to a recent study conducted by University College London, 48% of Britons will be obese by 2045 if current trends are not halted.

We would like to say a huge congratulations to Billy and Charlie Crockford who got married on Saturday 29th December at St Michaels All Angels Church in Watford, followed by a reception at the Sun Sports and Postal.

Calling all local Support Groups!  We are excited to announce today the launch of our 4th Mouth Cancer Foundation Support Group Awards.   One lucky support group could be in with the chance of receiving a grant of up to £1500.00!

Dry January is run by Alcohol Change UK, aiming to educate people about the dangers of drinking too much alcohol and encouraging people to give up alcohol for a whole month. This year the theme of Alcohol Awareness week is Change.  

Today is our last day in the Mouth Cancer Foundation Office until Monday 7th January 2019. You can still access our information via the website and online community forum.   We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for supporting the Mouth Cancer Foundation over the past year.

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.