oral cancer

  1. malignant neoplasm of the lips of mouth; most common in men over the age of 60
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  • Almost all oral cancers are squamous cell carcinomas caused, in the majority of cases, by smoking and drinking.
  • Oral cancers occur in the mouth and the back of the throat, the tonsil, tongue, lip and voice box.
  • Therefore, it is generally accepted that prevention and screening or oral cancer at early stages or premalignant levels for the high-risk group of population are equally important to treatment.
  • As with all oral cancers, it spreads from the oral cavity to the submandibular and cervical lymph nodes.
  • Oral cancer encompasses cancers of the mouth, throat, cheek, gums, lips and tongue.
  • The relationship between oral cancer and tobacco can be assessed from the WHO estimates according to which 91 percent of oral cancers in Southeast Asia are directly attributable to the use of tobacco, Ramadoss said. Two Out of Five Cancer Cases in India Due to Tobacco | Impact Lab
  • In the past decade, in Scotland, there has been an almost 50% increase in oral cancer among under-45s, and in the last 40 years a fourfold increase in younger patients suffering from it.
  • The screening process uses a blue-light, "glowstick" technology to detect oral cancer at its earliest stage. RutlandHerald.com
  • UPDATE: Farhad Manjoo points out this old BBC article that warns of oral cancer in paan aficionados. Boing Boing: January 9, 2005 - January 15, 2005 Archives
  • Vizilite Plus® uses a blue-light, "glowstick" technology that detects oral cancer at its earliest stage. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
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