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Oral Cancer Questions and Answers (Q&A)

H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jul 24, 2018
There are some people who may not realize that they have oral cancer immediately because the first signs and symptoms are so subtle. You may have to look at these signs so that you can detect the...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
Oral cancers can involve the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, and hard palate. The hard palate is the bony part of the roof of a mouth that separates the mouth from the nasal cavity. Lip...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines erythroplakia as “a condition of the mouth that most always contains abnormal cells, and is defined by as any lesion of the oral mucosa that...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
The vast majority of oral cancers are diagnosed in people over 40 years of age and typically peak between ages 60 and 70. African-American and Hispanic men are twice as likely as Caucasian men to...Read More

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K. Myers, Blogger
Answered: Aug 06, 2018
Leukoplakia is a physical disorder that shows up as thick, white or gray patches with a hard, raised surface on or under your tongue, the inside of your cheeks, or on your gums. It is usually not...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
Early oral cancer detection methods can be as simple as you noticing a sore or discoloration in your mouth, lips or tongue that does not heal within two weeks. Your dentist might also notice...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
Oral cancer cannot be detected solely by a blood test. If you, your dentist, or your primary care doctor suspects you may have oral cancer, you will likely be referred to an ear, nose and throat...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
You should absolutely NOT opt for home-made treatment of oral cancer. In fact, any sore or discolored area in your mouth which does not heal within two weeks should be examined by a doctor. There...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
If you are suffering from oral cancer you should ask your doctor(s) any and all questions you have about your diagnosis and prognosis. You should also follow the advice of your doctors about what...Read More

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C. Marcus, Content Developer
Answered: Jul 18, 2018
Oral cancer typically occurs in people who have one or more risk factors. The two most common risk factors include tobacco use which includes cigarette, cigar, or pipe smoking in addition to...Read More

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