Mouth cancer affects more than 300 Irish people every year. It is often diagnosed at an advanced stage as patients are unaware of the early symptoms of the disease. Mouth Cancer Awareness Day aims to educate people and make them aware that a simple and painless five-minute examination can save their lives.

The walk is designed to raise much needed funds and awareness to combat all head and neck cancers. It is also a fun day out for all the family so we strongly encourage you to sign up today. For more information about the walk and to register, please visit We hope to see you soon.   

The walk is designed to increase awareness and through fundraising allows the charity to provide support for mouth cancer patients and carers. It is also a great opportunity for everyone to meet in Hyde Park to celebrate survivorship, remember lost dear ones and have fun.

The protein known as FRMD4A is permanently switched on in cancer and when it is levels are high, cancer is more likely to spread and return. However, tests carried out in mice have shown that FRMD4A can be blocked and it may be possible to prevent mouth cancer from growing and spreading.

In exactly 100 days, we will all meet in Hyde Park to increase awareness of mouth cancer, raise much needed funds, celebrate survivorship, remember lost dear ones and have fun. There will be a medal, T-shirt and goodie bag full of surprises for everyone who takes part.