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Oral Cancer Awareness Articles

  • Oral Head & Neck Cancer Awareness Week

    Awareness March 22nd, 2019

    Free screenings occur all over the US and abroad any time during the year. In April, there is a pinnacle week, named the Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week® which promotes a high volume of free screenings all over the world, plus educational talks and other awareness programs.

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  • Oral Cancer Awareness Month

    Awareness March 22nd, 2019

    April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month!

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  • George Taylor

    30 Stories in 30 Days February 13th, 2019

    "My immediate support system—my wife, my kids and my mom—got me through the darkest of times. Because of them, I was never left alone to let defeating thoughts engulf my mind."

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  • #GivingTuesday

    Crowdfunding November 27th, 2018

    Thursday, Nov. 22nd is Thanksgiving day, but #THANCsGivingDay is Tuesday, Nov. 27th. Make an impact on cancer research and the future of medicine.

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  • Caitlyn Bomalaski

    30 Stories in 30 Days September 14th, 2018

    Caitlyn & Karen are vibrant, enterprising women whose hope and strength inspire a community to rally around them. Their tireless efforts and tremendous endurance show that it only takes a bit of willpower and a big heart to achieve outstanding results.

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  • Oral Cancer Screening

    Patient Support April 20th, 2018

    This is a comprehensive oral cancer examination administered by a dental or medical professional. If, during the examination, a suspicious red or white spot is detected, the dental or medical professional may refer you to a provider to perform a painless brush biopsy test to determine if there are any potentially pre-cancerous or cancerous cells present or suggest another appropriate treatment option.

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  • Oral Cancer Screening

    Patient Support April 12th, 2018

    This is a comprehensive oral cancer examination administered by a dental or medical professional. If, during the examination, a suspicious red or white spot is detected, the dental or medical professional may refer you to a provider to perform a painless brush biopsy test to determine if there are any potentially pre-cancerous or cancerous cells present or suggest another appropriate treatment option.

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