This September we united to #makebloodcancervisible

Blue Latitude Health|24th September 2018

September was Blood Cancer Awareness month and our installation toured the UK to #makebloodcancervisible.

Blood cancer impacts 240,000 adults and children in the UK every year. It is the fifth most common cancer and the third biggest cancer killer, claiming more lives each year than either breast or prostate cancer. However, despite this it doesn’t get the attention and recognition it deserves.

Our creative, interactive installation travelled the UK – from London to Edinburgh – to raise the visibility of blood cancer and give patients a voice. The installation visited:

  • London, Westfield, Stratford City, Chestnut Plaza: 4-8 September 2018
  • Cardiff, Working Street: 10-15 September
  • Manchester, Piccadilly Gardens: 17-22 September
  • Edinburgh, Waverly Mall, 3 Waverly Bridge: 24-29 September

You can continue to show your support by spreading the message about blood cancer awareness via social media, using the hashtag #makebloodcancervisible.

It’s time to make the unseen seen, the unheard heard. It’s time to #makebloodcancervisible

Take a look at our campaign round up:

 

Watch campaign #ambassador Dame Kelly Holmes tell her personal story:

 

View the social media highlights:

To find out more about our experience with creative disease awareness campaigns, email us at: hello@bluelatitude.com

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