May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month!

Every May, we commemorate the month with public awareness programs, increased education, and a greater emphasis on strengthening the bladder cancer community overall.  Raising public awareness is the first step towards finding a cure.

Awareness begins with BCAN’s AmpUp! Walk/Run to End Bladder Cancer bringing together survivors, loved ones and medical professionals in their local communities.

We need your help.  Join BCAN this May and all year long to bring bladder cancer awareness to the forefront.  Share your story.  Talk about your symptoms and your cancer journey.  You will not only increase awareness of the disease, but you could help save a life.

Take Action

BCAN advocates can share their firsthand experiences and encourage legislators to support bladder cancer research.  You can help at home by contacting your local representatives and telling them that bladder cancer will no longer be ignored.  Join our mailing list to make sure you are included in our advocacy updates. Back your efforts up with facts. Click to learn the latest statistics about bladder cancer, then share your story!

On May 1, 2017 to recognize Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. The Niagara Falls in NY will be illuminated Orange on the US side, and Yellow on the Canadian side at 10:00 p.m. for fifteen (15) minutes in recognition of BCAN’s awarness efforts and those of our sister organization- Bladder Cancer Canada!

Get Involved  Join the bladder cancer community.

  • Volunteer your time.  Join the BCAN Speaker’s Bureau, BCAN Connection or Survivor 2 Survivor to help further our mission.  Email info@bcan.org for more details.
  • Support a local AmpUp! walk.  Walks are held in the spring throughout the U.S.  Missed a walk in your area?  You can host a virtual walk in your hometown with family and friends. Contact walk@bcan.org to get started.
  • Make a donation.  We need your help to continue funding patient programs, awareness campaigns, and innovative research.  Donate today.

What will YOU Do? Click here to tell us what you are doing in your community to increase awareness this May.

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