Help us #MakeBloodCancerVisible for Blood Cancer Awareness Month

31 Aug 2018

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Help us raise awareness of the 240,000 people in the UK living with a blood cancer by sharing our printable and downloadable posters.

The goal of Blood Cancer Awareness Month is make blood cancer more visible by raising awareness and starting a conversation about the 240,000 in the UK living with a blood cancer.

Blood cancer is the third biggest cancer killer in the UK, claiming the lives of more than 15,000 people each year – more than breast cancer or prostate cancer. We believe that making blood cancer more visible will help people identify symptoms earlier, strengthen the community of people affected by blood cancer and help us to fund lifesaving research.

You can do your part by printing or downloading our posters. You could pose with them for photos to share on social media; display them in your window at home; or put one in the kitchen of your workplace – the choice is yours!

Remember to use the hashtag #MakeBloodCancerVisible to join the conversation.

White text on a red background reads 'Make Blood Cancer Visible'

Click to download or print our Make Blood Cancer Visible poster

 

A poster which reads 'Make Blood Cancer Visible'

Click to download or print our Make Blood Cancer Visible colour-in poster