oral cancer

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Noun1.oral cancer - malignant neoplasm of the lips of mouth; most common in men over the age of 60
carcinoma - any malignant tumor derived from epithelial tissue; one of the four major types of cancer
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Self-examination is an important tool in detecting oral cancer and can significantly increase chances of survival, is the message of a current information campaign on oral cancer launched by the government.
a leading healthcare services company, as its third party logistics provider for its OncAlert(TM) Oral Cancer System.
a leading innovator and developer of solutions that aid in the early detection and intervention of cancer, announced today that it has CE Marked its OncAlert(TM) Oral Cancer CD44/Total Protein LAB Test("OncAlert LAB Assay").
Oral cancer kills approximately one individual every hour of every day and still has one of the lowest survival rates of any form of cancer, with only about 50 percent of newly diagnosed patients who will still be alive in five years.
Young[TM] Dental announced the new Classic Burgundy Petite Web[TM] disposable prophy angle in conjunction with Oral Cancer Awareness Month in April, and in support of the Oral Cancer Foundation's "Be Part of the Change" campaign, empowering dental hygienists to help save lives by performing oral cancer screenings.
com)-- To many, the word “cancer” strikes fear in their hearts - except when hearing a diagnosis of oral cancer, as it is often viewed as a milder form of the disease.
According to The Oral Cancer Foundation, close to 43,250 Americans will be diagnosed with oral or pharyngeal cancer this year.
LAHORE -- The civil society, government and media should join hands against the oral cancer diseases and launch a hectic awareness campaign regarding it.
UAE dentists are pushing for increased public awareness and patient screening in order to detect oral cancer early, which is crucial for survival.
Linda Miles and Robin Morrison have founded Oral Cancer Cause (OCC), in memory of Charlotte Estep, Linda Miles' sister-in-law, and Mike Collins, Robin Morrison's brother, who both passed away in 2012 from oral cancer that was detected too late for effective treatment.
After an overview of cancer and its theories, classification, causes, epidemiology, diagnosis, pathology, and selected types and symptoms, chapters describe the etiology, signs and symptoms, epidemiology, sex and age distribution, pathology, staging, and individual cancers of the oral cavity; proliferative and apoptotic signaling in oral cancer; apoptotic regulations; the dynamics of the apoptotic marker p53 in oral cancer and how its dysregulation plays a role in cancer growth; the diagnostic and therapeutic potential of p53; the expression, regulation, and therapeutics of the anti-apoptotic protein survivin; and the molecular diagnosis of oral cancer.
IN MOST OF THE WORLD, smoking or chewing tobacco is the primary cause of oral cancer, but recent research indicates that in the United States, the greatest risk comes from exposure to the human papillomavirus contracted through oral sex.