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The information published on this website and in our materials is intended to educate you about Oral, Head and Neck Cancer. The content is not intended to take the place of a discussion with a qualified physician who is familiar with your medical situation. It is important to remember that each individual is different, and the reasons for—and outcomes of—any treatment plan depends on the patient's individual condition. If you have questions or concerns after reading any information on this website or in our materials, you should discuss them openly and honestly with your physician.
OHANCAW®

April 8 – 15, 2018 Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week® (OHANCAW®).

Smash Cancer

Annual Tennis Tournament, held each May, in Wilmington, NC. Proceeds support the HNCA Gas Card Program.

Inspire

A free online community for individuals, and their loved ones, who are facing oral, head and neck cancers.

Head & Neck Cancer Stats

  • 215

    Cases of head and neck cancer were detected early thanks to screening last year alone.

Events Calendar

Aug
22
Tue
1:00 pm Medical University of South Caro... @ Franke @ Seaside
Medical University of South Caro... @ Franke @ Seaside
Aug 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The MUSC College of Dental Medicine will offer free Head and Neck Cancer screenings at a health fair at a local retirement community.
Sep
11
Mon
12:00 pm Baptist Cancer Center — Free Scr... @ Baptist Cancer Center
Baptist Cancer Center — Free Scr... @ Baptist Cancer Center
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
HPV Vaccinations Can Help Prevent oral, Head and Neck Cancers Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan HNCA Board Member and Head and Neck Surgeon Frank Summers Survivor of HPV-derived squamous cell  carcinoma tonsil cancer​ Scott Vetter Survivor of HPV-related.

Clinical Trials