Oral Cancer Research

Oral cancer, including the tongue, lips, and gums, primarily manifests as squamous cell carcinoma. Regular dental check-ups aid in early detection, especially crucial for those who smoke and consume alcohol. In the early stages, symptoms are often rare. Worldwide, research institutions focus on unraveling the DNA mutations contributing to oral and oropharyngeal cancers. Ongoing research yields advancements in understanding root causes, preventive measures, and more effective treatments for these conditions. Vigilance and routine check-ups play a key role in timely identification.

  • Screening and early detection
  • Treatment and diagnosis
  • DNA changes and mutations associated

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