Thank you to all the amazing walkers who turned out on Saturday 24th September 2022 to support our 10 KM charity walk. The walk was a huge success. It will go a long way to raise much needed awareness about the early warning signs of the disease as well as funds to combat all head and neck cancers.
If you are collecting money to support the Mouth Cancer Foundation this year please send it to us by 31st December 2022. There is still plenty of time to fundraise via - https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/mouthcancer10kmawarenesswalk2022
Now it is time to take part in the Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk From Home…
Between Saturday 1st October and Wednesday 30th November 2022 walk as many times as you like on your own or with your family and pets around the comfort of your own area. The charity is encouraging as many people as possible to step out and make a difference during Mouth Cancer Action Month.
Did you know that over 2,722 lives are lost each year in the UK from mouth cancer and worldwide the disease affects around 650,000 per year?
The Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk 2022 will be bigger and better than ever as we are back at Hyde Park in London.
And following on from the success of the last two Walks from Home we are sticking with this fantastic opportunity to open up the Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk to more people than ever before. In 2022 the charity is bringing the Mouth Cancer 10 KM Awareness Walk to you as well as holding one giant walking event in London.
This is the 17th year of the annual walk and we are the only charity walking to raise support and awareness for head and neck cancers anywhere in the world. It is also an opportunity to celebrate survivorship and raise funds to continue to support patients, carers and survivors coping with mouth cancer.
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the Mouth Cancer Foundation?
There are over 8,300 new cases of mouth cancer in the UK every year.
The majority of deaths from mouth cancer occur because of late detection, due to a low public awareness of the signs, symptoms, and risks.
Self-checks for mouth cancer take just 2 minutes and could save your life, or someone you know.
The Mouth Cancer Foundation exists to save and improve the lives of patients, carers and survivors, increase awareness and education about all head and neck cancers. We want to make sure that everyone knows about mouth cancer so that cases can be caught earlier and patients are more likely to survive.
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