There is support available for you and your family during and after treatment for mouth and oropharyngeal cancer.
There is help and support available to help you cope with your diagnosis of mouth or oropharyngeal cancer.
Mouth and oropharyngeal cancer and its treatment can affect your eating and swallowing. Get some advice on what can help.
Changes in your appearance can be difficult to cope with, but talking to others might help.
You might have changes to your speech due to mouth and oropharyngeal cancer or treatment.
A breathing stoma is a hole in your neck that you breathe through after some types of surgery for mouth and oropharyngeal cancers.
How mouth and oropharyngeal cancer might affect your sex life and what can help.
You might need some care and support at home due to cancer or its treatment. A lot of practical and emotional support is available to you.
There are lots of organisations, support groups, books, videos and other resources to help you cope with mouth and oropharyngeal cancer and treatment.