04
Feb
2019

World Cancer Day 2019 – I Can and I Will

Bowel Cancer Australia

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Millions of people around the world will mobilise today (February 4th) to help make progress against the world’s most deadly disease, in recognition of World Cancer Day.

Whoever you are, you have the power to reduce the impact of (bowel) cancer for yourself, the people you love and for the world.

Bowel cancer affects men and women of all ages and it is Australia’s second deadliest cancer.

It’s time to make a personal commitment and help beat bowel cancer.

Get personal

Create your own custom social media post with your own personal message of the commitment and share it with the world.

Download your free World Cancer Day badge now (female | male), and don’t forget to tag @BowelCancerAustralia and #IAmAndIWill in your post.

If you're not already a member of our 100,000+ strong Facebook community, become a fan today. You can also find us on Twitter and Instagram.

Use your voice

Start a conversation about bowel cancer with your family, friends, colleagues and networks.

You can find further details on bowel cancer, the facts, signs and symptoms on our ‘About Bowel Cancer’ webpage or in our ‘Find Out About Bowel Cancer’ pamphlet available for download here.

Inform yourself & others

Find out more about bowel cancer, how you can reduce your bowel cancer risk, and the impact it has on the people we love, our communities, and the world.

If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with bowel cancer, Bowel Cancer Australia also has a number of support services available to assist patients, their loved ones and members of the community

With more than 15,600 Australians told they have bowel cancer every year, Australia has one of the highest bowel cancer rates in the world, yet it is a disease that rarely receives the attention or funding it so desperately needs.

As we count down to World Cancer Day 2019, Bowel Cancer Australia is encouraging Australians to join us in helping to save lives, raise awareness and increase impact-driven action to beat bowel cancer.

Together, we can make a difference.

BCA News 665 World Cancer Day


Make real change happen

This February support Bowel Cancer Australia and make real change happen.

Bowel cancer is Australia’s second deadliest cancer and often develops without any warning signs, so Don't Wait Until It's Too Late.

Visit www.beatbowelcancer.org to order free awareness packs or purchase a test kit and start a conversation that could save someone’s life.

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