Mouth and oropharyngeal cancer

Mouth and oropharyngeal cancer

Mouth cancer can start in the lips, gums or soft sides of the mouth. The oropharynx is the part of the throat (pharynx) just behind the mouth. Oropharyngeal cancer is cancer that starts in the oropharynx.

Read about the symptoms of mouth and oropharyngeal cancer and when to see your doctor.

The stage, type and grade of your cancer help your doctor decide which treatment you need.

We don’t know what causes most mouth or oropharyngeal cancers. But there are some factors that can increase your risk of developing it. 

Find out about survival for mouth and oropharyngeal cancer.

Find out about getting diagnosed with mouth or oropharyngeal cancer, including tests and seeing a specialist.

Your treatment depends on where in your mouth or oropharynx your cancer is, how big it is, whether it has spread anywhere else in your body and your general health. 

All treatments must be fully researched before they can be adopted as standard treatment for everyone.

Find out about advanced mouth and oropharyngeal cancer and how it might affect you.

Getting practical and emotional support can help you cope with diagnosis, and life during and after treatment.

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