oral cancer


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malignant neoplasm of the lips of mouth

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The ministry of health launched its annual oral cancer information campaign on Monday.
Vigilant Biosciences' OncAlert Oral Cancer System includes the OncAlert(TM) Oral Cancer Rapid Point of Care Test ("OncAlert POC Test") and the OncAlert(TM) Oral Cancer CD44/Total Protein LAB Test ("OncAlert LAB Assay").
Vigilant Biosciences' OncAlert LAB Assay is a noninvasive, accurate and cost-effective, quantitative tool for clinicians involved in the diagnosis and treatment of oral cancer.
In April 2014 Roseman's ASDA Chapter hosted the state of Utah's first Oral Cancer Awareness event in partnership with the Oral Cancer Foundation (OCF).
Dakota Dental, a full-service Apple Valley dental clinic, is reminding people of all ages to get a full oral health check up this fall, including an oral cancer screening.
Those are some alarming statistics given that in its earliest stages, oral cancer is difficult to diagnose, often times producing no visible symptoms or pain.
The oral cancer has become the second largest cancer disease in the South Asia due to which hundreds of thousands people died every year,Dr Ehsan Zafar, a specialist of the disease expressed these views speaking at a sitting at Symons Tower here on Sunday.
Research further indicates that more than 127,000 people worldwide die of oral cancer every year.
I've never seen as much oral cancer as I'm seeing now, and it's an observation that the research supports: There has been a huge jump in oral cancer rates from 1974 to 2007--a whopping 225% increase.
Increasing alcohol use in the United Kingdom is driving up oral cancer rates, a research group announced in August.
Researchers have successfully identified markers of oral cancer in saliva, according to a report in Clinical Cancer Research.
But for people in their 40s, it seems that other factors are also contributing to this jump in oral cancer rates.
Tobacco is, by far, the main risk factor for oral cancer, so it's important we keep encouraging people to give up and think about new ways to stop people taking it up in the first place.
But for people in their 40s, it seems other factors are also contributing to this jump in oral cancer rates.
Tobacco is, by far, the main risk factor for oral cancer, so it's important that we keep encouraging people to give up and think about new ways to stop people taking it up in the first place.