OCF

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AcronymDefinition
OCFOral Cancer Foundation
OCFOperating Cash Flow
OCFOrthodox Christian Fellowship (Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas)
OCFOverwhelming Colorfast (band)
OCFOsteopathy in the Cranial Field
OCFOpenCard Framework
OCFOpen Container Format (computer format)
OCFOld Car Festival (various locations)
OCFOff Center Fed (radio antenna)
OCFObject Craft File
OCFOpen Container Format
OCFon Chip Flash
OCFObject Components Framework
OCFOpen Card Framework
OCFOnboard Computational Facility
OCFOperations Control Facility
OCFOfficers' Christian Fellowship
OCFObsessive-Compulsive Foundation
OCFOff Camera Flash
OCFOpen Computing Facility
OCFOur Children First (Bronz, NY)
OCFOpen Cluster Framework (computer clustering standards)
OCFOther Customer Funds
OCFOpen Channel Foundation (software)
OCFOntario Common Front (Canada)
OCFOpel Club Finland
OCFOpen Catalog Format
OCFOldest Cell First
OCFOut-of-Control Flight (aviation)
OCFOperational Control Field
OCFOperational Check Flight
OCFOperator Configuration File
OCFOnline Camping Friends
OCFOngoing Charges and Fees (investments)
OCFOverall Correlation Factor
OCFOn-Cycle Failure
OCFObject Collaboration Framework
OCFOlds Club of Florida (automobile club)
OCFOrdnance Cloth Factory (Avadi, Chennai, India)
OCFOmanba Community Foundation (Ghana)
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As stated on the Oral Cancer Foundation website, "Historically, the death rate associated with this cancer is particularly high not because it is hard to discover or diagnose, but due to the cancer being routinely discovered late in its development.
This year over $6,000 was raised and donated to the OCF, and to date, students have donated over $10,000 to the Oral Cancer Foundation for oral cancer research and prevention.
In addition to the recommendations from the Oral Cancer Foundation,9 Marzouki et al (16) concluded that "the VELscope may add sensitivity to the clinical examination and be a useful adjunct in high-risk patients.
Klepfer said she intends to keep working with the Oral Cancer Foundation in hope that the event will continue and will grow.
Eric Statler, a stage IV oral cancer survivor and director of strategic partnerships at the Oral Cancer Foundation, participated in the walk and shared his personal story.
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, (2) an estimated 37,000 Americans will have been diagnosed with an oral or pharyngeal cancer in 2011.
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, roughly 7500 Americans are diagnosed with tongue cancer each year, with men accounting for nearly two-thirds of the cases.