Liver Cancer Awareness Month Media Toolkit
October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month.
People with #HepatitisB are at increased risk of liver cancer. Early detection can save a life. Get screened today!
October is Liver Cancer Awareness Month. Help us spread awareness about #LiverCancer so that people can get diagnosed early and save lives - Ask your doctor about liver cancer surveillance today.
Did you know? Liver cancer is often caused by #hepatitisB. You can help prevent #LiverCancer with the hepatitis B vaccine. Prevention is key to protecting yourself and your loved ones.
Liver cancer can be deadly and often has no symptoms until it’s too late to treat. If you have chronic liver disease, you could be at risk for #LiverCancer. Ask your doctor about liver cancer surveillance today.
Asian and African Americans with hepatitis B are 11-17 times more at risk of developing liver cancer than Caucasians. Early diagnosis of #LiverCancer means better treatment and increased survival rates for patients. Ask your doctor about regular screening.
The liver is a miraculous organ. The more you know, the better you can take care of your health. Get screened and vaccinated against #hepatitisB and start liver cancer surveillance early – it can make all the difference in saving your life.
New #LiverCancer cases and deaths are increasing in the United States at a faster pace than any other cancer. Protect yourself by getting screened and vaccinated against #HepatitisB. If you test positive for #hepatitisB, talk to your doctor about #liver #cancer surveillance.
Almost 300 million people worldwide are living with hepatitis B, and that puts them at higher risk for developing liver cancer. Take action and protect your health, get vaccinated for #hepatitisB.
Liver Cancer Connect [tag] is a program that was created to provide individuals and families with the information and support they need when facing liver cancer. There are reasons to have hope because of the many advances made in the early detection, management and treatment of liver cancer.
Learn more on our website: https://www.hepb.org/research-and-programs/liver/