Treatment for All - Social Media Hub

Welcome to the Social Media Hub, providing you with all useful and adaptable materials to join the online conversations around UICC's global advocacy campaign 'Treatment for All', through your social media channels by:

  • Raising awareness of and amplifying the Treatment for All campaign messages and priorities, with intended action and impact toward achieving the 2025 targets
  • Underlying the importance of strengthened health systems for cancer treatment and care, in line with Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Mobilising a strong and united voice on cancer treatment and care by sharing your civil society organisation's work supporting cancer data collection, early detection and diagnosis, access to quality and timely treatment and care using #TreatmentforAll

To help with this, we have developed a social media toolkit that provides you with guidance and ready-made posts to ensure the campaign and its core messages are amplified across the online global cancer community.

We encourage UICC members and partners, members of the wider non-communicable disease (NCD), global health, and development communities to join the online conversation to elevate the campaign with the hashtag #TreatmentforAll.


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is 's concrete response to the and contributes to the global target to reduce premature mortality from by 25% by 2025 & 33% by 2030:

We have created a series of social media cards that you can use to make your publications more visual and likely to be shared.


Cancer resolution social media images 

To support your messages, UICC has developed a series of social media cards with key messages from the cancer resolution. Tweet these out using with the hashtag #TreatmentforAll and #CancerResolution


This , is launching its new global advocacy campaign aiming to strengthen civil society capacity to drive their country's system response to , improving for public health use, early detection & diagnosis, timely treatment & care:

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Last update: 
Tuesday 4 September 2018