1.) The motivation of dentists, doctors and healthcare professionals to do the appropriate, annual oral cancer screenings necessary for their patients — thus improving the outcomes of those diagnosed.
2.) The education of the public, as well as professionals, in the use and application of various early detection devices that are expected to decrease the morbidity and mortality rates of these individuals.
3.) The support of those diagnosed, along with their family and loved ones, by providing a clearinghouse of detection and treatment information which is updated regularly.