MCAW

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MCAWMetal Core Arc Welding (metal fabrication)
MCAWMortgage Credit Analysis Worksheet (US Department of Housing and Urban Developement)
MCAWMarine Corps Activewear
MCAWMouth Cancer Awareness Week
MCAWMechanical Contractors Association of Wisconsin (Appleton, WI)
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Cancer Research UK is launching a three year national campaign during Mouth Cancer Awareness Week to raise awareness of mouth cancers.
Mouth Cancer Awareness Week starts today and hopes to raise awareness of the disease.
To launch Mouth Cancer Awareness Week, 200 Denplan practices are offering free tissue tests to check for the early signs of the disease.
TODAY is the start of Mouth Cancer Awareness Week, but few people know about the risks which can leave you dangerously susceptible to the disease.
Workers at the maxillo/facial unit at the hospital have held a series of events highlighting the symptoms, causes and devastating effects of the disease as part of Mouth Cancer Awareness Week.
This week - Mouth Cancer Awareness Week - 26 dental, medical and pharmaceutical organisations have united to focus on the disease and its causes, which include smoking and heavy drinking.
To mark the launch of Mouth Cancer Awareness Week yesterday, 200 Denplan practices across the UK are offering free soft tissue examinations in the fight to reduce the death toll.
Throughout Mouth Cancer Awareness Week, which runs until November 17, the team will be out and about explaining how to prevent the illness.
A DENTAL HEALTH charity based in Warwickshire has launched a new website in time for National Mouth Cancer Awareness Week.
And today is the beginning of Mouth Cancer Awareness Week, co-ordinated by the British Dental Health Foundation, which aims to increase the public's knowledge of this disease's symptoms and significant risk factors.
Mouth Cancer Awareness Week runs from November 11 to 17, supported by dental and health groups.
Consultant oral maxillofacial surgeon Eric Nash, said, "The first national mouth cancer awareness week was held in October 1995 and 26 patients with cancer came to open access clinics as a result of the publicity and were cured of their disease.