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Birmingham health staff join mouth cancer campaign

25 September 2013 Last updated at 09:16 BST

Staff from the Queen Elizabeth [QE] hospital in Birmingham have joined a European campaign to raise awareness of head and mouth cancer.

The European Head and Neck Society said it was the sixth most common type of cancer in Europe.

One of those affected, pub landlord David Bailey, had an eye and teeth removed by surgeons.

BBC Midlands Today's Cath Mackie reports.

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