Oral Cancer Screening (Identify, Prevent, Manage)

"Act Now for Your Health: Free Oral Cancer Screening "

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Oral cancer is a serious condition characterized by the abnormal growth of cells in the oral cavity, including the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, sinuses, and throat.

Oral cancer is a major problem in the Indian subcontinent where it ranks among the top three types of cancer in the country. In India, around 1,43,759 new cases and 79,979 deaths are reported annually, which is approximately one-fourth of global incidences.

Overall, the lifetime risk of developing oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer is about 1 in 59 for men and 1 in 139 for women. These are average risks, As compared to the west, the concern of oral cancer is significantly higher in India as about 70% of the cases are reported in the advanced stages. Because of detection in the late phase, the chances of cure are very low, almost negative; leaving five-year survival rates around 20% only.

Oral Cancer Factors:

Smoking, chewing tobacco, and use of other tobacco products significantly increase the risk of oral cancer.

Heavy and regular alcohol consumption, especially when combined with tobacco use, raises the risk of oral cancer.

Individuals with a family history of oral cancer or other types of cancer may have a genetic predisposition to the disease.

Certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), particularly HPV-16, are linked to an increased risk of oral cancer.

Neglecting oral hygiene practices and regular dental check-ups can contribute to the development of oral cancer.

a. Sharp teeth

b. ill-fitting Dentures

c. Loose teeth

A diet lacking in fruits and vegetables and high in processed foods may increase the risk of oral cancer.

a. Consumption of Hot & Spicy food

Oral Cancer Symptoms

Sores or ulcers in the mouth that do not heal within a 3 weeks.

Changes in the color or texture of oral tissues, including red or white patches.

Persistent pain or discomfort in the mouth, throat, or ears.

Difficulty or pain while swallowing, known as dysphagia.

 Numbness, tingling, or loss of feeling in the mouth, lips, or tongue.

Chronic sore throat or the feeling of a lump or mass in the throat.

Difficulty or pain while moving the jaw or tongue.

Source: GLOBOCAN 2022

All types of Cancer Cases in India(2022):

Lip, Oral Cavity Cancer:

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