When oral cancer strikes in London W1, it will come as a huge shock to you, but though this will knock you for six, it is imperative that you act instantly in order to take on the fight. You will need a professional support system in place before and after you have been treated which will involve nurses and a counsellor, and then you will need to gather your own troops together, namely friends and family to help you through this. If the disease is caught early, the signs are very good for you because recovery figures post treatment are very good and the success rate high. You need to look out for the early signs of anything going wrong in your mouth and this generally involves being aware of anything discomforting that has been lingering around in your mouth for a few weeks, so if you are having problems, go and get checked out at an instant. Once you have got through it all, your life-style must change, otherwise you run the risk of the disease coming back: sit down with someone and discuss how you were living your life before you were diagnosed so that you can identify the things that got you into trouble in the past; you can then ensure that you avoid them in the future.