mouth cancer

'I think if they take more of my tongue away the chances of me singing, even talking, will be very slim.'
Research by World Cancer Research Fund shows that drinking alcohol is linked to an increased risk of several cancers: bowel, breast, mouth and throat, oesophageal, stomach and liver. In the UK, 21,000 cases of cancer could be prevented each year if nobody drank alcohol, but how does alcohol actually interact with us to cause such a drastic effect?
Human papilloma virus (HPV) passed through oral sex could soon overtake smoking to become the leading cause of mouth cancer
After being diagnosed with advanced mouth cancer, David Barwell needed to have a tumour the size of a plum removed from his
Warning: Graphic Images A mum-of-four has credited chipping her tooth while opening her son's juice bottle with saving her
Mouth cancer, although relatively uncommon (it accounts for one in 50 of all cancer cases), is still a potentially fatal
If you use mouthwash as part of a general flossing and brushing routine, you're fine. However, if you are part of the contingent
Most people with kidney or bladder cancer symptoms will see their doctor after two days, but people with symptoms of mouth
Cancers at the back of the tongue and in the tonsils have become more common over the past 20 years, with many of these linked to HPV 16 infection. Some experts believe that one of the main ways the virus spreads to the back part of the mouth and throat is through oral sex.
Rarely are there stories in the news about cancer that raise any sort of a smile. But the recent revelation by Michael Douglas
Regularly drinking two large glasses of wine or two strong pints of beer a day triples the risk of developing mouth cancer
A fluorescent "throat spray" which pinpoints abnormal cells could help doctors detect early oesophagus cancer, research has