Help Us Help You - Cancer
This series of campaigns aims to tackle the barriers to earlier presentation for signs of cancer, including lack of knowledge of symptoms and multifaceted fears, and support increased participation in screening.
Target audience: Adults, Men, Women, Students and teachers, Minority ethnic group, Healthcare professionals, Parents and children, People with long-term conditions
Topics: Cancer, Early diagnosis, NHS
Help Us Help You - Cancer campaigns
Bowel Cancer Screening
NHS England’s new ‘Bowel Cancer Screening’ campaign has launched featuring the engaging ‘Ribbon Dancer’ creative.
Encouraging women and people with a cervix to attend a cervical screening.
Lung cancer symptoms
Campaign encouraging the public to contact their GP practice if they are worried about a cough that lasts 3 weeks or more, which could be a sign of lung cancer.
Abdominal and Urological Symptoms of Cancer
Encouraging the public to visit their GP if they are worried about abdominal and urological symptoms of cancer.
Cancer Earlier Diagnosis
The aim of the campaign is to encourage people who are experiencing potential signs of cancer to come forward to their GP practice to help increase earlier diagnosis and improve outcomes.
Published: 7 March 2023