25% ALL CANCERS ARE ORAL CANCER

According to GLOBECAN 2018 world data:

About 354,864 people every year have oral cancer and these cancers are more than twice as common in men as in women.

69.45%

Males

30.55%

Females

Stats on Oral cancer victims:

49.98%

Mortality rate

50.02%

Survival rate

177384 TOTAL NUMBERS OF DEATHS INCLUDING MEN AND WOMEN

WHO GETS THE ORAL CANCER ?

The average age of most people diagnosed with these cancers is 62, but they can occur in young people, though not a common occurrence. Just like any other cancer, oral and oropharyngeal cancers when diagnosed, have high probabilities of newer infections in nearby areas, such as the larynx and going straight up the lungs. Cancer relapses are not uncommon and hence people with oral cancer are required to have follow-up exams for the rest of their lives. Topmost risk factors leading to oral cancer are:

Smoking

Tobacco smokers are six times more likely than non-smokers in contracting oral diseases, including oral cancer.

Tobacco Users

Snuff and tobacco chewing are fairly common in India. Such people are at high risk of developing cancerous breakouts in their lip lining, insides of the cheek, and gums.

Use of Alcohol

When we look at alcohol consumers, oral cancers are nearly six times more common to them as compared to those who don’t consume alcohol.

Hereditary

Family history can also increase the risk of oral cancer in people.

Sun exposure

Excessive sun exposure. especially at a young age

Human Papillomavirus

Certain strains are etiologic risk factors.


It is important to note that over 25% of all oral cancers occur in people who do not smoke and who only drink alcohol occasionally.
To prevent oral cancer, one needs to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors, which can be obtained from our oral healthcare products.

NOW WHAT IS THE SOLUTION ?

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE

Cancer occurring in the tissues of oral cavity or oropharynx is termed as oral cancer. It commonly starts as a painless white patch, that thickens, develops red patches, an ulcer, and continues to grow. Risk factors for the development of oral include.

Cancer occurring in the tissues of oral cavity or oropharynx is termed as oral cancer. It commonly starts as a painless white patch, that thickens, develops red patches, an ulcer, and continues to grow. Risk factors for the development of oral include. Cancer occurring in the tissues of oral cavity or oropharynx is termed as oral cancer.

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