NATIONAL NEWS - On World Cancer Day, 4 February, the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) and Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) encourage people to set and achieve personal goals enabling them to lower cancer risk and for cancer patients to optimise health, especially in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of World Cancer Day, the organisation is challenging people and organisations to work with CANSA to raise awareness of their services.
This year is the third and final year of the theme, ‘I Am and I Will’ to mark World Cancer Day, and is all about you and your commitment to act.
CANSA and Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), challenges individuals to make a personal commitment to lower the impact of cancer for themselves, the people they love and the world.
What You Can Do – 21 Days to Impact Challenge
If you’re not sure where to start, sign up for the ‘World Cancer Day ’21 Days to Impact Challenge’.
It takes the proverbial 21 days to create a positive habit. So, for 2021, whether you’re committing to improving your personal health and those of your loved ones, supporting someone you love with cancer, educating yourself about cancer, speaking out against cancer or making history by helping to eliminate cervical cancer, sign up to one of the five challenges to receive daily inspiration and practical guidance.
Click here and choose a challenge. Sign up for the challenge.
Receive an e-mail every day with a new activity, inspiration, lesson or prompt. Get closer to fulfilling your ‘I Am and I Will’ commitment and share on social media using the hashtags #WorldCancerDay #IAmAndIWill #CANSA90
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