Take Action on Social Media
You can use the power of social media to spread awareness about lung cancer and engage your own network of friends and family to join the movement. Utilize some of our pre-written posts and graphics or create your own. Share lung cancer facts and advancements and spread the hope of a better tomorrow. Don’t forget to tag @LUNGevity and use the hashtag #LCSM to have the greatest impact.
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Knowing the facts about #lungcancer could save your life—or the life of someone you love. Join me in raising awareness. Together, we can create a world where no one dies of lung cancer. Learn the facts about lung cancer at www.lungevity.org/statistics. #LCSM
1 in 16 people will get #lungcancer. I’m raising awareness to increase funding to drive advances in detection and treatment. Spread the word to help those with lung cancer live longer, live better, and live stronger. Learn more about lung cancer at www.lungevity.org. #LCSM
Anyone with lungs can get #lungcancer. More awareness is needed to overcome the stigma and increase federal funding for critical lung cancer research. Empower yourself and your loved ones by learning the facts at www.lungevity.org/statistics. #LCSM
This November, I am raising #lungcancer awareness in honor of myself and everyone living with lung cancer. Did you know anyone with lungs can get lung cancer? Empower yourself and your loved ones by learning the facts at www.lungevity.org/statistics.
You don’t have to struggle through your #lungcancer diagnosis and treatment alone. @LUNGevity Foundation has educational resources and tools to help you feel supported and empowered through and beyond your lung cancer diagnosis: https://lungevity.org/for-patients-caregivers #LCSM
@LUNGevity is 100% dedicated to increasing and improving #lungcancer survivorship. They have the tools to help you navigate your lung cancer diagnosis and be a more active participant in your healthcare decisions. Find information and resources to empower you -> https://lungevity.org/for-patients-caregivers #LCSM
You can help make a difference for the #lungcancer community; it’s easier than you think. @LUNGevity’s Action Network gives you the tools you need to raise awareness and be an advocate for lung cancer. Check out actions you can take today: https://action.lungevity.org/ #LCSM
You have the power to help educate, engage, and empower the #lungcancer community by taking action today. Join @LUNGevity’s Action Network to learn more about getting started and how you can help make a difference today: https://action.lungevity.org/ #LCSM
Only 6% of federal government dollars spent on cancer research are spent on #lungcancer research despite lung cancer being the leading cause of cancer death. Lung cancer needs more research funding and you can help by supporting impactful research. Learn more www.lungevity.org/research.
Research saves lives. Lung cancer is a historically underfunded disease, but strategic investment in #lungcancer research will ensure patients the same promise that is now available in breast, prostate, colorectal, and other cancers. Learn more about the power of research at www.lungevity.org/research.
More awareness that anyone can get lung cancer is needed to overcome the stigma and increase federal funding for critical lung cancer research. Share this post to spread the word and help make lung cancer a national health priority. Learn more facts at www.lungevity.org/statistics. #LCSM
Or use your own photos:
- Share a picture of yourself with the caption: “THIS is the face of a lung cancer survivor. Learn more about the reality of lung cancer at www.lungevity.org.”
- Share a picture of yourself with your loved one with the caption: “This November, I am raising lung cancer awareness in honor of [name]. Did you know anyone can get lung cancer? In fact, anyone with lungs can get lung cancer. Share the facts to help save lives.”
- Share a picture of your caregiver with the caption: “November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a time to share important information about lung cancer. November is also National Family Caregiver Month and today I recognize [name(s)], who has been by my side through my journey with lung cancer. Thank you. Learn more about lung cancer at www.lungevity.org.”