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A 2017 cancer resolution to drive national action
Add your voice to the cancer resolution communications campaign

We ask that you continue to engage with our communications package. There have been 280 tweets sent mentioning #CancerResolution in May, and 1,335 retweets, by a total of 698 users – impressive numbers considering that there wasn't any tweet using #CancerResolution before 19 May. We encourage you to use our quote template to express the national action that you are already taking that supports the global commitments raised in the resolution.

Quote by Sanchia Aranda, CEO of Cancer Council Australia and UICC President

It is our hope that this cancer resolution will not be another paper tiger, but one that encourages increased national action to reduce the cancer burden and improve patient outcomes through collective voice and activity.

Cancer resolution - prompt and appropriate treatment, including surgery, radiotherapy...

For more information...

Tune in to Dr Julie Torode, Deputy CEO and Advocacy and Networks Director, discuss the cancer resolution and update to Appendix 3 of the Global Action Plan in the following recorded webinar.

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