Cancer Infographics GalleryThe American Cancer Society is creating a series of infographics to illustrate key facts, statistics, guidelines and more to make information about cancer easier to understand and easier to share. Come back often to see what’s new in our infographics gallery. We encourage you to share these graphics on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.
Infographic: By 2024, it is estimated that the population of cancer survivors will increase to almost 19 million.
Infographic: Tips to help you reduce your risk of developing skin cancer - the most common of all cancer types.
Infographic: The benefits of catching colon cancer early and the steps you can take to prevent it altogether.
Infographic: Last year’s financial distribution of funds that allow the Society to remain focused on the mission to fight cancer.
Infographic: Findings from the Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2013-2014 highlighting women 40 and older who've had a mammogram.
Infographic: The contributions and process of our cancer prevention studies and the steps you can take to participate in CPS-3.
Infographic: Data on the increasing cancer burden in developing nations and steps you can take to advocate for change today.
Infographic: Current research that shows the significant cancer risk of excess body weight, poor nutrition and physical inactivity.