National Consumer Survey Reveals Greater Need for Oral Cancer Education and Prevention

National Consumer Survey Reveals Greater Need for Oral Cancer Education and Prevention April 27, 2016 This year alone, more than 600,000 new cases of oral cancer will be detected worldwide, including over 48,000 Americans. In the U.S. this year, there will be 9570 deaths from this disease—roughly 1 person per hour, every day. This is

Statistics Alone Don’t Reveal Oral Cancer’s Terrible Toll

Statistics Alone Don’t Reveal Oral Cancer’s Terrible Toll April 21, 2016 While many of us may have heard the horrific statistics associated with oral cancer, the personal stories behind those figures often go overlooked. By the Numbers More than 600,000 cases of oral and oropharyngeal cancer are diagnosed each year worldwide, according to the World

National Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Reveals Shocking Statistics

National Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Reveals Shocking Statistics April 12, 2016 A recent national consumer survey released by Vigilant Biosciences revealed that among U.S. adults, the majority knows very little or nothing at all about oral cancer (58 percent) and only 37 percent reported being screened for oral cancer at their last dental check-up. Vigilant

Patients Want More Oral Cancer Education

Patients Want More Oral Cancer Education April 6, 2016 Despite the dental community’s educational efforts during Oral Cancer Awareness Month each April, 58% of American adults know little or nothing about oral cancer, according to a consumer survey conducted by Vigilant Biosciences in conjunction with the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance and Support for People

National Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Reveals 83 Percent of Adults Want to be Screened for Oral Cancer During Routine Check-ups; Only 37 Percent Actually Are

National Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Reveals 83 Percent of Adults Want to be Screened for Oral Cancer During Routine Check-ups; Only 37 Percent Actually Are April 5, 2016 FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida A recent national consumer survey revealed that among U.S. adults, the majority knows very little or nothing at all about oral cancer (58 percent)

Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Shows Lack of Awareness, Greater Need for Education & Screening

Oral Cancer Awareness Survey Shows Lack of Awareness, Greater Need for Education & Screening April 5, 2016 A recent national consumer survey revealed that among U.S. adults, the majority knows very little or nothing at all about oral cancer (58 percent) and only 37 percent reported being screened for oral cancer at their last dental

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