Published in Biotech Law Weekly, April 7th, 2006
The majority of oral cancers are diagnosed in late stages, which accounts for a high death rates. Only half of those diagnosed with the disease will survive more than 5 years. However, if the cancer is detected early, there is an 80 to 90% chance for survival.
Currently, the early detection of oral cancer depends on a thorough oral cancer examination, usually by a dentist or other qualified healthcare provider, for possible signs and...
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