Covid-19 has dominated the headlines so much recently we could be forgiven for forgetting today is the start of the long Easter weekend.   The mouth Cancer Foundation would like to wish everyone a very safe, healthy and happy Easter.  If you’re not a critical worker, then celebrate the long weekend staying at home. #stayathome #savelives

The Mouth Cancer Foundation is looking for individuals to take part in a trial as we try to pioneer a relatively new way of saving voices for mouth/head and neck cancer patients who may be at risk of losing their voice due to surgery. 

Today, 7 April 2020 is World Health Day.  The World Health Organisation have declared this year the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife and a day to celebrate their work.  The aim before Covid-19 was to highlight the current status of nursing around the world.   It is safe to say Covid-19 has turned all eyes onto everyone working in a medical capacity.  

Are you a not for profit organisation working within the head and neck cancer field and looking for a grant to help fund your work?  If so then we may be able to help you!

Oral cancer awareness month is going to take up a rather different and possibly quieter form in comparison to previous years.   A more digital approach with online resources opposed to tangible ones could be seen across the whole of Britain.

 Dentist and Mouth Cancer Foundation Ambassador has a few words of advice to help Dentists.   “Those of us in general dental practice face challenging times. Although we all hope things will return to normal soon the chances are that we can expect long periods of closure before we can carry out routine services again.

More than half a million Britions answered the Secretary of State of Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock's plea for volunteers to join the NHS Army. Retired doctors and nurses will once again put on their uniforms to serve the nation, despite the possible implications it could have on their own health. 

We have now been asked to stay at home. The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay indoors in order to protect the NHS and save lives. Reducing day-to-day contact with other people will reduce the spread of infection.  You should only leave the house for one of four reasons: