We Can Create Healthy Workplaces

Whatever you choose to do, make a difference to the fight against cancer

We can. I can.

With the global labour force predicted to rise to 3.5 billion by 2030, there is a tremendous opportunity to harness the workplace as a platform for cancer prevention and early detection.

We Can Prevent Cancer

Whatever you choose to do, make a difference to the fight against cancer

We can. I can.

Changes in the way we live means that more and more people around the world are exposed to cancer risk factors like smoking, poor diet, and sedentary lifestyles. Educating and informing individuals and communities about the links between lifestyle and cancer risk is the first step in effective cancer prevention.

World Cancer Day 2016-2018 : actions you can take

World Cancer Day 2016-2018 Key Messages

What can YOU do – as an individual – to help prevent and fight cancer?

WeCanIcan poster
Every action counts ; find ways to help and get involved

Did you miss WCD2016? Get involved today!

World Cancer Day is a chance to reflect on what you can do, make a pledge and take action. Whatever you choose to do ‘We can. I can.’ make a difference to the fight against cancer.

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World Cancer Day 2016 Key Messages

What can YOU do – as an individual – to help prevent and fight cancer?

Just as cancer affects everyone in different ways, all people have the power to take various actions to reduce the impact that cancer has on individuals, families and communities.

World Cancer Day is a chance to reflect on what you can do, make a pledge and take action. Whatever you choose to do ‘We can. I can.’ make a difference to the fight against cancer.

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World Cancer Day 2016: there is a lot you can do!

Hashtags: for #WCD2016, the #WorldCancerDay 2016 year theme is #WeCanICan

A truly global event taking place every year on 4 February, World Cancer Day unites the world’s population in the fight against cancer.

Taking place under the tagline “We Can. I Can.“, World Cancer Day 2016 will explore how everyone – as a collective or as individuals – can do their part to reduce the global burden of cancer.

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World Cancer Day 2015 Poster

For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs

WCD15 poster
For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs. Image via @uicc.
Watch @DES_Journal diaporama and health posters album on Flickr.

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), its members, partners and the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic.

Under the tagline ‘Not beyond us’, World Cancer Day 2015 will take a positive and proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that solutions do exist across the continuum of cancer, and that they are within our reach. The campaign explores how we can implement what we already know in the areas of prevention, early detection, treatment and care, and in turn, open up to the exciting prospect that we can impact the global cancer burden – for the better.

World Cancer Day 2015 is articulated around four key areas of focus:

  • Choosing healthy lives
  • Delivering early detection
  • Achieving treatment for all
  • Maximising quality of life

Sources

On Flickr®

Cancer and choosing healthy lives

For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs

WCD15_Poster_HealthyLifeChoice
For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs. Image via @uicc.
Watch @DES_Journal diaporama and health posters album on Flickr.

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), its members, partners and the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic.

Under the tagline ‘Not beyond us’, World Cancer Day 2015 will take a positive and proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that solutions do exist across the continuum of cancer, and that they are within our reach. The campaign explores how we can implement what we already know in the areas of prevention, early detection, treatment and care, and in turn, open up to the exciting prospect that we can impact the global cancer burden – for the better.

World Cancer Day 2015 is articulated around four key areas of focus:

  • Choosing healthy lives
  • Delivering early detection
  • Achieving treatment for all
  • Maximising quality of life

Sources

On Flickr®

Cancer and maximising quality of life

For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs

WCD15_Poster_QualityOfLife
For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs. Image via @uicc.
Watch @DES_Journal diaporama and health posters album on Flickr.

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), its members, partners and the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic.

Under the tagline ‘Not beyond us’, World Cancer Day 2015 will take a positive and proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that solutions do exist across the continuum of cancer, and that they are within our reach. The campaign explores how we can implement what we already know in the areas of prevention, early detection, treatment and care, and in turn, open up to the exciting prospect that we can impact the global cancer burden – for the better.

World Cancer Day 2015 is articulated around four key areas of focus:

  • Choosing healthy lives
  • Delivering early detection
  • Achieving treatment for all
  • Maximising quality of life

Sources

On Flickr®

Cancer and delivering early detection

For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs

WCD15_Poster_EarlyDetection
For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs. Image via @uicc.
Watch @DES_Journal diaporama and health posters album on Flickr.

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), its members, partners and the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic.

Under the tagline ‘Not beyond us’, World Cancer Day 2015 will take a positive and proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that solutions do exist across the continuum of cancer, and that they are within our reach. The campaign explores how we can implement what we already know in the areas of prevention, early detection, treatment and care, and in turn, open up to the exciting prospect that we can impact the global cancer burden – for the better.

World Cancer Day 2015 is articulated around four key areas of focus:

  • Choosing healthy lives
  • Delivering early detection
  • Achieving treatment for all
  • Maximising quality of life

Sources

On Flickr®

Cancer and achieving treatment for all

For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs

WCD15_Poster_Treatment_For_All
For World Cancer Day 2015, the year theme is #NotBeyondUs. Image via @uicc.
Watch @DES_Journal diaporama and health posters album on Flickr.

World Cancer Day takes place every year on 4 February and is the single initiative under which the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), its members, partners and the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic.

Under the tagline ‘Not beyond us’, World Cancer Day 2015 will take a positive and proactive approach to the fight against cancer, highlighting that solutions do exist across the continuum of cancer, and that they are within our reach. The campaign explores how we can implement what we already know in the areas of prevention, early detection, treatment and care, and in turn, open up to the exciting prospect that we can impact the global cancer burden – for the better.

World Cancer Day 2015 is articulated around four key areas of focus:

  • Choosing healthy lives
  • Delivering early detection
  • Achieving treatment for all
  • Maximising quality of life

Sources

On Flickr®