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Mouth cancer rates skyrocket in UK

RUGBY, UK: Although oral cancer was previously thought to only affect people who lead unhealthy lifestyles, it is now evident that it may also affect those ...

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Negative effects of betel quid chewing brought to the fore

SYDNEY, Australia: With a regular user base estimated to be in excess of 600 million, betel quid chewing is an extremely popular habit and cultural practice...

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Novel technology may improve early detection of mouth and throat cancer

DURHAM, N.C., U.S./BIRMINGHAM, U.K.: Cancers that occur in the back of the mouth or in the upper throat are difficult to spot and, as a result, are often ...

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Oral cancer incidence on the rise, reports show

RUGBY, UK/BOISE, Idaho, US: Oral cancer incidence is on the rise globally and awareness of mouth cancer remains low. To tackle the issue, the Oral Health ...

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Research to examine possible links between periodontal disease and oral cancer

PLYMOUTH, UK: As worldwide oral cancer rates continue to climb, our understanding of what causes the disease to occur, thankfully, also continues to grow. ...

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Oral cancer screening less common for the disadvantaged, study finds

BOSTON, U.S.: It has been well established that early detection of oral cancer is key for successful treatment and an optimal outcome. In a concerning piece...

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Interview: “Mouth cancer is a growing problem”

With oral cancer rates continuing to increase worldwide, it has become clear that more needs to be done to raise awareness and combat this issue. Dental ...

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BDA warns against restricting dental visits to once every two years

STIRLING, UK: A recent survey conducted by the British Dental Association (BDA) has found that a Scottish government initiative to potentially extend the ...

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