The repetitive injury of braces on her tongue may have caused oral cancer. Her orthodontist never followed up on the classic sign of a non-healing sore.
Writing Releases Emotions: Accepting Fate with Cancer
Eva Grayzel writes a poem to release emotions about the moment she was wheeled into surgery for oral cancer and awaiting her fate.
Young Healthy Mom with Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Tongue
Why would a young healthy mom get oral cancer? She had no risk factors and her dentist thought the non-healing sore was due to stress. Read Heidi’s story. Age 32.
Why Dental Professionals Miss Early Signs of Oral Cancer
A young woman demands a biopsy for the sore in her mouth. Dental professionals are still missing the early signs of oral cancer, even in a big city like Los Angeles. Why?
Labor Day Trivia: A Connection To Oral Cancer
The true story about President Grover Cleveland secret surgery for oral cancer aboard a yacht.