Stephanie Leach

Stephanie's story should serve as a reminder that mouth cancer can sadly affect all of us. Even if you don't fall into any of the risk factors, you should still be aware of the warning signs.Read more

Paul Roebuck

Psychotherapist Paul was on holiday with his wife in Las Vegas and woke up with blood in his mouth. He decided to get checked out by his dentist, who immediately knew something was seriously wrong.Read more

Laura Taylor

"Age is just a number, I’m 23 a non-smoker and don’t drink yet I still got the mouth cancer, it only takes 45 seconds to check your mouth, DO IT!! I was only 23, I should be hearing about my son’s day at nursery, not cancer."Read more

Ali Campbell

Ali Campbell from Dorset, found an ulcer in her mouth at the start of 2017. When it turned out that it was mouth cancer she embarked on an incredible journey which has so far taken many twists and turns.Read more

Rachel Parsons

On Boxing Day, Rachel Parsons first noticed a lump in her mouth. Having heard of mouth cancer and the symptoms, she knew she needed to get checked out.Read more

Victor Middleton

Victor was diagnosed with mouth cancer three years ago, on 23 December. A smoker and drinker, Victor was shocked to discover that it cancer was also linked to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).Read more

David Shakesby

The fight against mouth cancer is a hard and difficult task but with his family and friends by his side every step of the way David Shakesby was determined to emulate his sci-fi idols and battle it bravely.Read more

Christine Gundry

As a PhD student researching cancer, Christine had heard time and time again the latest cancer statistics. In her own words, Christine gives us her own unique perspective – patient and researcher.Read more

Amanda Goulden

Amanda from Bolton was diagnosed with mouth cancer when she was just 34. Here, in her own words, is her powerful and heart-breaking story of her experience with being diagnosed and undergoing treatment and why she feels it is best to see your dentist if you are concerned about anything.Read more

Sally Bragg

Sally Bragg has a very different perception of life after being diagnosed with cancer of the cheek 20 years ago. At the time, Sally had never heard of mouth cancer.Read more

Gordon Mullen

In 2006, Gordon knew something wasn’t quite right in his mouth, yet he couldn’t quite put his finger on what it was. Fortunately for him, during a routine check up, his dentist could.Read more