WORLD LYMPHOMA AWARENESS DAY 2018
September 15th

Small Things Build Confidence

World Lymphoma Awareness Day is on 15 September.  Every year, along with our members, we bring together patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and others concerned and affected by lymphoma in 50 countries around the world to raise awareness of cancers of the lymphatic system.

This year, we’re launching the Small Things Build Confidence campaign. Living with lymphoma can leave a person feeling uncertain, with many questions, worries and doubts.  But research from Lymphoma Coalition has found that confidence, which often stems from information and support, plays a significant role in positive healthcare experiences and outcomes for patients. 

Between September 9 and 15, patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and people concerned about lymphoma patients are invited to join the worldwide Facebook conversation on the Lymphoma Coalition page and share the small things that help you feel more confident.

When we all start bringing the challenges and issues that patients face into the light, we can support, empower and help patients build confidence. 

To find World Lymphoma Awareness Day activities in your region, search for your local organisation here.

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To learn more about this year's WLAD campaign, click HERE

 

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