Cancer Awareness Month, as its officially known, is a nationwide campaign by the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about cancer and promote better care for people living with it.
In 2019, a nationwide public awareness campaign will kick off with the release of the American Red Cross’ “Cancer Awareness Month” guide.
Here’s a rundown of what you’ll learn and see in 2019.1.
Cancer is complicated and can be diagnosed and treated.
But in the US, there are more than 200,000 new cancer diagnoses every day, according to the American College of Surgeons.2.
Most cancer patients will never fully recover.
Some cancers, like melanoma, are relatively easy to treat.
Others, like leukemia, are deadly.3.
You can avoid catching cancer, but you should know what’s safe.
It’s a good idea to avoid: drinking alcohol and tobacco, taking any prescription medications, and getting close to your family.
You may also want to consider using sunscreen, wearing glasses or goggles, and keeping your eyes closed.4.
It is a complicated disease that requires a lot of care and attention.
Here are some tips on how to treat and manage cancer.5.
It can take up to a year to diagnose and treat a cancer diagnosis.
You might have cancer of the brain or lymph nodes, but the real battle is the bone marrow.
A bone marrow transplant can cure cancer.
The procedure involves removing the cancer from the bone and replacing it with a new cancer cell.6.
You should always take your medications at your regular doctor’s office.
However, you should also avoid taking drugs that have side effects like side effects that can cause you to bleed.7.
You shouldn’t try to avoid eating healthy foods or exercise because of cancer risk.
You need to eat the right foods and exercise regularly to keep your body healthy and prevent cancer.8.
Your health care provider may want to discuss your symptoms and treatment options with you.
But you should be encouraged to talk to your health care providers about your symptoms, symptoms-related treatments, and how to best treat them.9.
You’ll be given the choice to continue taking your medication or stop taking it entirely.
But it’s important to remember that stopping your medication can sometimes make you feel better.10.
There are many options for cancer treatment.
Many people will get different types of cancer treatments.
For example, a new type of blood cancer called a melanoma may be treated with chemotherapy.
Or you might be treated for other types of cancers that don’t respond to standard treatments like radiation or surgery.
You also can have a cancer treatment if you have a genetic condition that makes it more likely that your cancer will grow in your body.11.
You don’t have to be diagnosed with cancer to get treatment.
You just need to get tested for it.
This may be done at a local hospital, a community health center, or an outside lab.
In the US and Canada, most doctors and clinics will conduct cancer screening.12.
The best treatment is right now.
If you’re not sure what to do, talk to a health care professional.
But don’t wait too long to see a doctor.
The sooner you see a specialist, the better your chances of getting the right treatment.