An oral health charity has reminded diabetics to be aware of the signs and symptoms for mouth cancer.
The reminder comes as research has identified people suffering with diabetes are at ‘significantly’ greater risk of developing head and neck cancer.
The study discovered that people with diabetes are almost 50 per cent more likely to develop the disease compared to those without diabetes.
From those cancers identified, it was cancer of the mouth and throat that were the most common areas diagnosed, with diabetics aged 40-65 discovered to be the most at risk. Read more