Oral Cancer: the signs to spot

Mouth cancer can affect any part of your lips or mouth – in fact, most mouth cancers start in the tonsils. The most common sign is an ulcer or sore patch that doesn’t heal. However, you should also look out for lumps or red or white patches anywhere in your mouth (including your tongue); unusual bleeding or numbness; pain when you chew or swallow; or a feeling of something being caught in your throat. Mouth cancer gets more common with age (half those affected are in over 65s) – so don’t ignore sore patches under dentures.


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