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    Boy Scout Troop Hiking to Raise Awareness of Oral Cancer in Honor of their Former Scoutmaster

    29. December 2014

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    Source: abcnews4.com Author: Staff   AWENDAW, S.C. (WCIV) — South Carolina is second in the nation for the number of people who die from oral cancer every year. That statistic hits too close to home for one local Boy Scout troop who is now taking on the fight against the cancer. For five days, Boy […]

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    Study suggests that experience counts when it comes to head and neck cancer treatments

    9. December 2014

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    Source: medicalxpress.com Author: staff   When it comes to specialized cancer surgery, it’s generally true that the more experienced the surgeon, the better the outcome. The same might hold true for radiation therapy used to treat head and neck cancer, according to a new study led by researchers Evan Wuthrick, MD, assistant professor of radiation […]

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    Hospital Cancer Program Confronts The Existential

    13. October 2014

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    Source: huffingtonpost.com Author: Sasha Bronner   People who battle stage 4 cancer are familiar with words like chemotherapy, radiation and metastasize. But words they may not hear at a hospital as often are existentialism, mindfulness, legacy and humor. Dr. Arash Asher at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles is dedicating his life to changing that. […]

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    Oral Cancer Survivor Eva Grayzel Talks About Her Efforts to Make A Difference

    3. September 2014

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    Source: www.lehighvalleylive.com Author: Andrew James Sheldon   As an oral cancer survivor, Eva Grayzel knows how lucky she is. She organizes an annual awareness walk for what she says is an often overlooked disease. “I was diagnosed sixteen years ago and I am so lucky to be articulate,” she said. “I can’t ethically live my life as […]

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    Cowboy Cody Kiser Joins Anti-Tobacco Campaign to Help Educate Young Consumers

    8. August 2014

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    Source: parade.condenast.com Author: Lindsay Lowe   The campaign to educate consumers about the dangers of tobacco has a new all-American hero: rodeo cowboy Cody Kiser, who’s partnering with the Oral Cancer Foundation (OCF) to educate parents and kids about the health risks associated with smokeless tobacco. While chewing tobacco has long been popular among rodeo […]

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    Cowboy becomes advocate for Oral Cancer Foundation

    21. July 2014

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    Source: Idaho Press-Tribune/www.idahopress.com Author: Kelcie Moseley   Brian Hill was a self-professed health freak. He was an outdoorsman who had never used tobacco. He was a fit 230 pounds with 8 percent body fat. But a lump in the side of his neck changed his life in 1997. Hill is the founder and president of […]

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    Grateful Dead guitarist plays concerts with tribute band to benefit the Oral Cancer Foundation

    9. June 2014

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    Source: truebluetribune.com Author: staff Mark Karan, former lead guitarist for the post Grateful Dead band, The Other Ones, and Joe Pulitano, drummer for the Grateful Dead tribute band, Deadbeat, who are both stage IV oral cancer survivors, recently teamed up to play three benefit concerts in the North East to raise money for the Oral […]

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    The Eighth Annual Oral Cancer Walk for Awareness of New York at NYU raises more than $50,000

    6. June 2014

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    Source: dental.nyu.edu Author: Staff   On Sunday, April 21, 2013, oral cancer survivors and their families joined dental students from the NYU chapter of the Student National Dental Association (SNDA), residents, dental hygiene students, nursing students, faculty, and staff from the NYU Colleges of Dentistry and Nursing for the eighth annual NYC Oral Cancer Awareness […]

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    Aspen Dental and The Oral Cancer Foundation join together and conducted over 2,400 oral cancer screenings in April

    5. June 2014

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    Source: sacbee.com Author: Aspen Dental     SYRACUSE, N.Y., May 29, 2014 – Aspen Dental, one of the largest and fastest-growing networks of dental care providers in the U.S., conducted 2,420 oral cancer screenings at Aspen Dental locations during the month of April, resulting in a $12,100 donation to The Oral Cancer Foundation. The program, which included a $5 donation for […]

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    HPV Can Damage Genes and Chromosomes Directly, Whole-Genome Sequencing Study Shows

    8. November 2013

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    Press release from the James Cancer Center    COLUMBUS, Ohio – The virus that causes cervical, head and neck, anal and other cancers can damage chromosomes and genes where it inserts its DNA into human DNA, according to a new study led by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. […]

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