Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Why Do We Recognize Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month?
Pancreatic Cancer North America is committed to raising the survival rate by bringing together multiple sectors, innovations, and novel methods to drive real change.
with over 80 organizations committed to fighting this disease.
coming together to encourage education and awareness on this and every day.
to raise awareness of risk factors and symptoms to save more lives.
What is World Pancreatic Cancer Day?
World Pancreatic Cancer Day is an annual global event on November 16, 2023. It’s a day to raise awareness, honor those we’ve lost, and demand improved survival rates for those facing the world’s toughest cancer.
World Pancreatic Cancer Day 2023
How Can I Get Involved?
There are so many ways you can participate, share potentially life-saving knowledge, and connect with a community of people impacted by the disease to demand better for pancreatic cancer patients and their loved ones.
Share On Social – We want to see what this day means to you. Post your photos on social media using the hashtag #SurvivalNotSympathy.
Start a Conversation – Share your story on social media and get your network talking about pancreatic cancer. You can share your own story related to pancreatic cancer, posts from our social media pages, or awareness materials from our resources library (available below).
Engage Your Community – Ask your town or city to make a Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month proclamation during council proceedings to officially recognize this disease and its significance for members of the community. You can also ask local businesses to display a poster with the signs and symptoms or fact sheet in their window (available below).
Host a Fundraiser – Create an event in your community to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer and funds to advance advocacy, support services and innovative research.
Donate – Your gift will help support research, awareness initiatives and collaborative advocacy partnerships that spark a conversation and educate the public on a national and international scale. Give today.
We invite you to share your personal motivation for demanding change in pancreatic cancer outcomes for a chance to be featured on our website and social media.
Ready to share your story with us?
Contact Beth Ruby at firstname.lastname@example.org. for more details.
Do you have plans for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, or want to be involved but don’t know where to start? We’re happy to brainstorm with you, provide resources and answer any questions you might have.
Contact Beth Ruby at email@example.com.
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