Cancer thrives on silence, complacency, and the status quo. Progress comes when we speak out, get loud and take action. See the latest on what the American Cancer Society and our supporters are doing to make noise to finish the fight.
Have you seen men sporting a little extra facial hair this month? Well maybe it’s because they’re taking up the challenge of No-Shave November. What exactly is No-Shave November? It’s a month of no shaving to raise cancer awareness, primarily for testicular and prostate cancer.
In early October, Blogalicious, the go-to destination for influential multicultural social media influencers, celebrated its fifth birthday in Atlanta. The American Cancer Society supported the conference by hosting a Finish the Fight Fun Run/Walk around Olympic Centennial Park.
In the funky Heights district of Houston, American Cancer Society supporters are helping finish the fight by...bedazzling bras. How Brazarre!
Would you ever donate your car to charity? Find out how Steve McGrath, an American Cancer Society supporter, donated his car to help end cancer.
We recently asked this question on Facebook: As a survivor, what single piece of advice would you give to someone just diagnosed with cancer?
Yes, I pledge to help the American Cancer Society finish the fight against cancer by taking a Moment AGAINST Silence. Cancer thrives on silence. That’s why I’m making noise by taking action now.
Hearst Magazines will donate $1 for every pledge *
I will make a donation to help save lives.
Help Find the Next Breakthrough
I will learn more about enrolling in the Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 to find better ways to prevent cancer.
Make Healthy Choices
I will exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, avoid tobacco, and get my cancer screenings.
*For every pledge made, Hearst Magazines will donate $1 to the American Cancer Society, up to $50,000 total.