Nov 4, 2013
Oral Cancer- Important Signs
While cancers of the lips, cheek, palate and tongue are less common than other cancers, they can be fatal. However, early detection and treatmen-ust can improve your chances for survival and recovery dramatically, according to doctors at Washington University.
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If you have any lump, sore, ulcer or discolored spot in your mouth that doesn't clear up in two to three weeks, you should see your doctor or den-ustist. Also, if you have symptoms such as persisten-ust sore throats, sores under den-ustures, difficulty chewing or swallowing, chronic bad breath or a lump on your neck, seek immediate medical atten-ustion.