Inspire Others #2preventcancer

...One Tweet or Status Update at a Time


Join us in our mission to save lives through cancer prevention and early detection by raising awareness on Twitter and Facebook. Taking action is simple. With just one tweet or status update, you can share your story, inspire others and spread the message that the small choices we make every single day can have a big and lasting impact. This is not a one-day event, but instead a year-round call to action to conquer cancer by making smart choices every single day, and to share these choices with others. Together we can save lives and inspire others one tweet or status update at a time.


Did you know that two-thirds of all cancer deaths are related to physical inactivity, poor diet choices and smoking? Discover steps you can take #2preventcancer today here.


To Join Our #2preventcancer Campaign →  Follow These Two Simple Steps:

  • Step One – Educate Yourself On How #2preventcancer
    Learn about things you can do right now to reduce your cancer risk by visiting this page. Also, regularly check our blog and be sure to follow @preventcancer on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook for everyday tips on preventing cancer. Be sure to share articles, tips and tweets with others on Facebook and Twitter by using the #2preventcancer hashtag.
  • Step Two – Tell Others What You Are Doing #2preventcancer
    You let everyone know what you’re eating or watching on television. Now it’s time to share what you are doing right now to reduce your risk of cancer. Simply, post on Twitter and Facebook any actions you take “#2preventcancer.” Use the #2preventcancer hashtag to complete your message and so others can easily follow what you’re doing to reduce your cancer risk.



  • “I just rode my bicycle to work instead of driving #2preventcancer.”

  • “I did a breast self exam this morning #2preventcancer.”

  • “I registered today for my first 5k #2preventcancer.”

  • “I added the @PreventCancer Blog to my RSS feed for tips on how #2preventcancer.”

  • “I skipped the sweets today and am eating a peach instead #2preventcancer”