Mouth Cancer Resources

Where can I go to find more mouth cancer resources?

This is a great place to start your research on mouth cancer. Below is a comprehensive list of mouth cancer resources from other sites that we recommend. Because the terms “mouth cancer” and “oral cancer” are often used synonymously we also recommend that you visit our Oral Cancer Resources page for additional links. If you know of any other mouth cancer resources that should be included in this list please leave a comment in the box at the bottom of the page. We will take a look at your suggestions and then add them to our list of mouth cancer resources.

Our Top 3 Mouth Cancer Resources

  1. American Cancer Society Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Cancer Detailed Guide*- Overview of oral (also called mouth cancer) and oropharyngeal cancer. Includes oral (or mouth) cancer information including statistics, risk factors, causes, prevention, detection, diagnosis, staging, treating, post treatment and additional mouth cancer resources. The American Cancer Society page is also a great place to begin to look for all sorts of cancer resources.
  2. Mouth Cancer from Macmillan- Information on the mouth, mouth cancer, its causes, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, staging, treatment and follow up, plus additional references.
  3. Mouth Cancer from the Mayo Clinic- Both basic and in depth information on mouth cancer can be found on this site.

More Mouth Cancer Resources

  • Cancer Facts and Figures 2011– The American Cancer Society’s concise document with statistics and information on all different types of cancer, including mouth cancer.*
  • Malignant Tumors of the Floor of the Mouth from Medscape- An article on the background information, diagnosis and treatment of tumors on the floor of the mouth.
  • Malignant Tumors of the Palate from Medscape- Overview of cancer on the palate (top) of the mouth, its frequency, causes, anatomy, diagnosis and treatment.
  • Cancer of the Mouth and Throat from emedicinehealth.com- Written for mouth cancer patients. This mouth cancer resource includes an overview, causes, symptoms, exams, tests, treatment, follow up, prevention, support and more information on mouth and throat cancer.
  • What is Mouth Cancer? What Causes Mouth Cancer? What is Oral Cancer? from Medical News Today- An informative article on the details of mouth cancer. Includes information on signs and symptoms, risk factors, causes, diagnosis, stages, treatment options, complications and prevention of mouth cancer.
  • Mouth and Oropharyngeal Cancer from Cancer Research UK- This site is filled with information about mouth cancer, as well as diagnosing, treating and living with the disease.
  • Mouth Cancer Overview from Online Cancer Guide- Basic overview of mouth cancer.

*The terms “mouth cancer” and “oral cancer” are often used to mean the same thing. While on this site we have broken oral cancer down into different regions including: mouth cancer, gum cancer, tongue cancer and throat cancer, we have included some links to other sites that use to term “oral cancer” to mean the same thing as “mouth cancer”

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Have you come across other mouth cancer resources, sites, articles or links in your research on mouth cancer that we do not have here? Please share them with us by leaving a note in the comment box below. We count on people like you to help this site grow. We want to provide the most complete and diverse mouth cancer resources to help our visitors to better understand the disease and make the most informed decisions about their treatment.

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