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National Cancer Plan Digital Toolkit

Complication of social media posts around the National Cancer Plan

Everyone has a role in ending cancer as we know it. This idea is at the heart of the National Cancer Plan, which provides a comprehensive framework for all of society to work together to improve the lives of everyone touched by cancer.

Your support is crucial. Communicate about the plan and join in on making it a reality.

How to Use This Toolkit

After you read through the full text of the National Cancer Plan, you may want to show your organization’s support, highlight how you or others are enacting the strategies in the plan, or perhaps spread the word about the plan and its goals.

This toolkit can help. Use it in your communications around the National Cancer Plan and revisit it as a resource for ideas, inspiration, and content. Copy and paste content in this toolkit directly into social media, emails, or on the web, or edit it to fit your voice and style.

Sample Social Media Posts

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  • Use and customize the following post:
    The #NationalCancerPlan is the start of an all-of-society effort in which #Every1HasARole to end cancer as we know it. We can accomplish more together than apart. Led by @theNCI, the plan outlines 8 goals to get us there. http://bit.ly/3lO3R7r #CancerMoonshot
  • Amplify NCI's X post.

Facebook

  • Use and customize the following post:
    Imagine a world where most cancers can be prevented. What does that mean for you? The #NationalCancerPlan, led by the National Cancer Institute, is a call to action for each of us to do our part to help prevent more cancers and ensure that every person with cancer lives a full and active life. No one should have to face a cancer diagnosis. Explore the plan’s eight goals to end cancer as we know it today. #Every1HasARole #CancerMoonshot http://bit.ly/3lO3R7r
  • Amplify NCI's Facebook post.

LinkedIn

  • Use and customize the following post:
    When it comes to ending cancer as we know it, everyone has a role to play. The #NationalCancerPlan, led by the National Cancer Institute, lays out eight scientifically grounded goals to ensure that most people never have to face the heartbreak of a cancer diagnosis. We want to hear from you. What does a world without cancer mean to you? #Every1HasARole #CancerMoonshot http://bit.ly/3lO3R7r
  • Amplify NCI's LinkedIn post.

Instagram

  • Use and customize the following post:
    Imagine a world without cancer. What does it mean to you? The #NationalCancerPlan is a framework that promotes collaboration among all of society to end cancer as we know it today. Explore the plan’s eight goals. You’re just one click away — see the link in our bio. #Every1HasARole #CancerMoonshot #CancerResearch #CancerTreatment #HealthyPeople #CancerDiagnosis #CancerPrevention #HealthEquity
  • Amplify NCI's Instagram post.

Social Media Graphics

Three people in sportswear jogging outside and smiling at each other.

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Alt text: Three people in sportswear jogging outside and smiling at each other.

An older woman walking with a younger female, smiling and with linked arms.

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Alt text: Two women walk outside, smiling and linking arms.

A cancer patient and family member having a discussion with a health care professional.

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Alt text: A woman and a man having a discussion with a health care professional.

A couple of teenage friends sitting on steps and happily embracing each others with others watching and also smiling.

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Alt text: A couple of friends sitting on steps and happily embracing while others smile.

  • Posted:

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