A core pillar of our advocacy and awareness raising efforts each year is hosting the World Bladder Cancer Awareness Month in May, to highlight the facts about bladder cancer, promote awareness of the disease and call for more investment in research, treatment and care.
We also take the time to remember all those who have lost their fight with bladder cancer , and stand together as a global bladder cancer patient community to fight for those currently undergoing treatment and everyone affected by bladder cancer no matter where they live in the world.
This year’s World Bladder Cancer Awareness Month theme is all about conversation and your commitment to ask that important question “Have you ever heard about bladder cancer?” We believe that by asking this one question and talking about bladder cancer we can help millions become #BladderCancerAware if we ask each other to pay it forward by asking one other person “Have you ever heard about bladder cancer?” We all have a role to play in raising awareness about bladder cancer and whether you do it in-person or online, it all counts if we do it together.
Our Bladder Cancer Digital World Tour will virtually visit 31 countries – highlighting the impact of bladder cancer in different regions and shining the light on incredible organisations working to support people affected by bladder cancer. Our digital world map will be launched shortly before May, but you can already download our social media pack and start planning your bladder cancer awareness raising activities.
new cases diagnosed
deaths in 2019
Bladder Cancer is the
most common cancer
60% of cases
50% of deaths occur in less developed countries
There are a number of different ways that you can support the bladder cancer awareness month campaign and help us to raise awareness about bladder cancer. Whether you represent a national organisation, a smaller group or are an individual – we need all hands-on deck!
Every contribution – small and large – helps us to bring awareness to this disease. Whether you have 5-minutes to give, or you wish to become more involved – it all counts. As a starting point, check out the social media pack below which has everything you may need to spread the world online. If you have other ideas, or need more support as an organisation, do reach out to us we will provide appropriate resources and support wherever possible.
To find ways to support the bladder cancer awareness month locally, also explore our members’ activities during the World Bladder Cancer Awareness Month 2021, below.
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Bladder Cancer Awareness Australia.Visit Page
Bladder Cancer Australian Charity FoundationVisit Page
Bladder Cancer CanadaVisit Page
Cancer Vessie France – Les ZurosVisit Page
Bladder Cancer NorwayVisit Page
Norwegian Bladder Cancer SocietyVisit Page
Fight Bladder CancerVisit Page
Bladder Cancer Advocacy NetworkVisit Page