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What are the Facts and Signs of Oral Cancer

Facts and Signs of Oral Cancer

  1. Hello, we are a lung cancer community, which is separate from oral cancer, but I am attaching a link below that I hope helps. Wishing you all the best! Kindly, Alisa, Lung Cancer Team Patient Leader

    1. "A kind of cancer that affects the mouth and throat is oral cancer. It is a critical medical disease that has to be identified and treated very away. Following are some details and warning signs of oral cancer:

      Any area of the mouth, including the tongue, lips, gums, cheeks, and roof or floor of the mouth, can develop oral cancer.
      Oral cancer strikes men twice as frequently as it strikes women.
      One of the main risk factors for oral cancer is exposure to the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is also associated with heavy alcohol use and tobacco use.
      For a successful therapy and a higher probability of survival, early identification of oral cancer is essential.

      a mouth sore or ulcer that does not go away after two weeks.
      Continually present red or white patches in the mouth.
      a neck or mouth lump or edema.
      persistent discomfort or trouble swallowing.
      chronic hoarseness or a painful throat.
      mouth or lip numbness or tingling.
      It's critical to get medical assistance right away if you suffer any of these symptoms or indicators. To detect oral cancer, your healthcare provider can do a physical exam and suggest additional testing, such a biopsy or imaging studies. The likelihood of a favourable outcome can be considerably increased by early detection and treatment of oral cancer. If you are looking for cancer treatment in Rajkot, you can drop by the Wockhardt Hospital."

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