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Oral Cancer - early detection saves lives Program

About the program

The Oral Cancer - early detection saves lives Program was developed by the Office of the Chief Dental Officer in conjunction with oral cancer specialists and Cancer Council Queensland. The program and resources support and promote the early detection of oral cancer, and of factors that place individuals at high risk of developing oral cancer.

The Program is based on evidence that detecting and treating oral cancer early, results in better health outcomes, and that early identification and modification of personal risk factors can help protect against oral cancer.

The suite of Oral Cancer - early detection saves lives resources are now available. Please refer to the ordering process below.

Resources and Ordering Process

Copies of the Oral Cancer resources will be available to purchase from OfficeMax (details coming soon).

Brochure

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The Could this be oral cancer? brochure is, risk factors, warning signs and ways to reduce risks.
The brochure is for members of the public and carries an 'early detection saves lives' message

Posters

These posters support and promote the early detection of oral cancer and ideal for waiting rooms and other pubic area in health and community settings.

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Oral Cancer Risk Factors

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Oral Cancer Warning Signs

Fact Sheets

Copies of fact sheets such as "Oral Cancer", "Head and Neck Cancer and Your Oral Health" can downloaded from Healthy Teeth for Life Fact Sheets

Healthy Teeth for Life fact sheets will be available to purchase from OfficeMax (details coming soon).

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Last updated: 20 April 2016

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