12 Days of Giving to Lung Cancer Clinical Trials
Drummers keep time. We’re loud. We call out, “We are here!” We have picked the time and place and we are letting you know where we are. We are not going to hide. The place is here. The time is now.
Drummers beat out the call to action, heart cry of the advocate. Advocates bring sense of urgency. Some of us embody it. We know lung cancer is life and death and we are not willing to wait!
Advocates are trained to watch and listen, ask questions, spot gaps, speak appropriately, and drive change.
Advocates are trained in best practices and how to apply them.
Advocacy is #team. We all need a team. We are stronger together, better together. In lung cancer we need everyone, patient, survivor, caregiver, friend, any age, every stage, anyone, everyone.
Our hope is that in 2020, the lung cancer advocacy community keeps growing, supporting, learning, applying best practices, driving change. We are powerful, especially when we are a good team.
We beat the drum. The place is here. The time is now.
We are here. Gather together. Support each other.
We drive change.
We call for action.
TODAY is THE DAY! The Survivors Super Bowl Challenge ends tonight*. Please give and ask people to give. Advocate for lung cancer clinical trials today!
OR: Team Jill’s Canadian page (for Canadian Income Tax receipts): http://donate.ottawacancer.ca/goto/jill
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* Please give. TODAY is THE DAY! The Survivors Super Bowl Challenge ends tonight: technically very early tomorrow morning – 3:00am New York City time.