Feb 01, 2019
Each year on 4th February, World Cancer Day is celebrated worldwide with an initiative to raise awareness about cancer and work to make it a global health priority.
An estimated 9.5 million people across the world were expected to die in 2018 – around 26 thousands cancer deaths a day and this number is predicted to double by 2030.
This is a shocking number and something must be done to reduce this.
Cancer is not just a health issue; it is more of a personal one. It is the second leading cause of death among men & women collectively.
It’s our duty to find out how cancer affects us all and how can we help reduce the rising incidence of cancer.
2019 marks the birth of the 3-year campaign- ‘I Am and I Will’
It is all about your story and personal commitment that represents how the individual action taken at present impacts the future.
Whoever you are, you have the power to reduce the impact of cancer for yourself, your loved ones and for the world.
It’s time to make a personal commitment.
This World Cancer Day, let’s come together and take action for a cancer-free world.
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