World Cancer Day, Saturday 4th February

It’s not long until the world gets together to raise awareness for Annual World Cancer Day on the 4th February. This year’s theme is “Close the Care Gap” to celebrate the progress of research, treatment and cancer care enabling more people to seek and receive the care they need and deserve.

What happens when we act?

More than one third of cancer cases can be prevented and another third can be cured if detected and treated early.

Be Cancer Aware

Early detection and treatment can save millions of lives every year.


“Listen to your body and get checked”


  • Look out for key signs:
  • Unusual lumps or swelling
  • Coughing, breathlessness or difficulty swallowing
  • Changes in bowel habit
  • Unexpected bleeding
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Pain or ache
  • New mole or changes to a mole
  • Complications with urinating
  • Unusual breast changes
  • Appetite loss
  • A sore or ulcer that won’t heal
  • Heartburn or indigestion
  • Heavy night sweats

“If you notice any unusual changes, see your GP straight away”

A great way to raise awareness is to get together with your friends, relative colleagues and talk! Book one of our EARLY WARNING coffee morning or prosecco parties and we give you all the tools you need, as well as provide the coffee or prosecco. A fantastic way to fundraise at the same time!