We are no strangers to social media, as I’m sure many of you who follow us on social media, will testify.  Well now we’re increasing our social media portfolio and adding You Tube to our repertoire.  You can watch all our charity videos via  We will be updating this page

Mouth Cancer Foundation Fundraiser, James Wootton, is running the Asda Foundation Sheffield Half Marathon 2019 in aid of our charity on Sunday 14th April 2019.  

We received a lovely message from a patient, Martin Preston who contacted us earlier this year to ask our advice on acupuncture.  Martin, from Poole in Dorset, had surgery for tonsil cancer in July last year followed by 6 weeks of Radiotherapy.

The date of the 14th Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk is Saturday 28th September 2019 in Hyde Park, London.   To launch our walk this year, which starts again at 12 noon, visit our new look website from today to register to take part.    

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month in the USA. Close to 49,750 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year, that’s 132 new people every day. Of those newly diagnosed individuals, only slightly more than half will be alive in 5 years. This is a number which has not significantly improved in decades.

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!

What will you do for your Mum this year?  Give her a card, send her some flowers, buy her chocolates or make breakfast in bed?  Whatever you and your Mum decide to do this year we hope you enjoy yourselves and would like to wish all the amazing Mums out there a very happy day!

Mouth Cancer Foundation Ambassadors, Pat and Colin Jones recently attended the birthday party of their niece, Lindsay, who held a fundraiser in aid of the Mouth Cancer Foundation, for her 40th birthday.    For those of you reading this who won’t know Clare Jones, (Pat and Colin’s daughter and Lindsay’s cousin), was diagnosed with tongue cancer in 2003 and sadly passed away at the age

World Oral Health Day is celebrated every year on the 20th March. It is an international day to celebrate the benefits of a healthy mouth and to promote worldwide awareness of the issues around oral health and the importance of oral hygiene to looking after everyone old and young.

Sadly, cases of head and neck cancers are still on the increase.  So, it appears that the general public are still unaware of the symptoms to look out for. The Mouth Cancer Foundation has a variety of FREE leaflets available which can help you educate your patients about risk factors and signs of the disease.