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Here's how to find them - at the top of their home page, click on the link "Learn About Cancer", then on the new page that displays, in the alphabetical list under the heading "Select a Cancer Type" find and click on whichever type of cancer you are searching for, and then click on Go.They run a forum called "Head and Neck Cancer" - look for a link to "Discussion Boards" on their Cancer Survivors Network index page who's address as at 8th June 2011 is A comprehensive resource list is also available to link you to other pertinent oral cancer data on the web and elsewhere for patients, caregivers, and the public."As mentioned the site has an annotated list of other web resources relating to oral cancer and it's well worth browsing through the list for other websites that may be valuable for your particular needs. There's plenty of information about oral cancers on this site for you to explore, and they also run an active forum here or you can get there via the link 'Message Board' on their home page.They say the foundation "was established in June 2004 to provide support for mouth, throat and other head & neck cancer patients for the benefit of the public" and"The Mouth Cancer Foundation web site aims to help patients, carers and health professionals find free information on mouth cancers easily.Over 95 percent of oral cavity cancers are squamous cell carcinomas ...". The sections devoted to head and neck cancers give easy to read and easy to understand descriptions of what these cancers are, how they are diagnosed, treatment options, descriptions of treatments, and more.To locate the sections on head and neck cancers, go to their home page, find the heading “Types of Cancer” and click on the link 'A to Z List of Cancers' and find and click on 'Head and Neck Cancer'.The Foundation was established by oral cancer survivor Brian R.Hill, a Vietnam war veteran and now a warrior advocate for those with oral cancer and their supporters.
Oral cancer is the largest category of those cancers which fall into the head and neck cancer category.Mucosal surfaces are moist tissues lining hollow organs and cavities of the body open to the environment.Normal mucosal cells look like scales (squamous) under the microscope, so head and neck cancers are often referred to as squamous cell carcinomas.Throat cancer includes cancer of the nasopharynx (the upper part of the throat behind the nose), the oropharynx (the middle part of the pharynx), and the hypopharynx (the bottom part of the pharynx).Cancer of the larynx (voice box) may also be included as a type of throat cancer.
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