Social Media Toolkit Archive

November 10, 2021
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In 2021, the GW Cancer Center transitioned its social media toolkits to web-based health awareness campaigns. Health awareness campaigns are available to assist partners in communicating about cancer risk reduction, cancer care, survivorship, and annual health-related observances throughout the year. Content is intended to be evidence-informed and is reviewed by subject matter experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The campaigns can be used by public health professionals, cancer control professionals, cancer centers, coalitions, and community-based organizations. We encourage you to adapt the content for your unique audience and areas of expertise. While new campaigns are being added regularly, we offer a social media toolkit archive, below, to assist in your continued communication efforts. Please note that the archive may not reflect current guidelines and evidence. Find out when new toolkits or resources are released by subscribing to the Cancer Control TAP E-Newsletter.


Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Awareness (PDF) 

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month (PDF)

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month (PDF) 

Emerging Issues in Commercial Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation (PDF) 

Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month (PDF) 

HPV Vaccine Facts for Health Care Providers (PDF) 

Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month (PDF) 

National Minority Health Month and Minority Cancer Awareness Week (PDF) 

National Cancer Control Month (PDF) 

National Cancer Survivorship and Survivors Day (PDF) 

Palliative Care Awareness (PDF) 

National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month (PDF) 

Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer (PDF) 

Cancer Prevention Month and World Cancer Day (PDF)


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