Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month (GCAM). Throughout the month the Foundation for Women’s Cancer (FWC) will share information on gynecologic cancers and messages from patients, survivors and clinicians with what they want the public to know about these cancers using #IWishIKnew.
Here are five ways you can get involved this September:
- Update your social media profile pictures with a GCAM frame.
- Share what you want people to know about gynecologic cancers using #IWishIKnew.
- Print out GCAM posters for your office.
- Support the 2018 National Race to End Women’s Cancer by joining the SGO & Friends team or by donating online.
- Share these sample posts:
- September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month! Help spread the word by updating your profile picture with this #GCAM frame and following the #IWishIKnew campaign on the Foundation for Women’s Cancer page. com/support/gyn-cancer-awareness-month
- In honor of Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, register for the 2018 National Race to End Women’s Cancer today! Join forces with the Foundation for Women’s Cancer as we strive to #EndWomensCancer. #GCAM org
- This Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, consider donating to the Foundation for Women’s Cancer and supporting their mission to increase research, education and awareness of gynecologic cancers. #GCAM #EndWomensCancer org/ways-to-give
GCAM is a great opportunity to spread awareness and education about gynecologic cancers and SGO appreciates your efforts to help the Foundation for Women’s Cancer reach even more people this year.
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Additional GCAM Resources
Additional GCAM resources, such as patient education information and social media graphics, are available on the Foundation for Women’s Cancer website.