Your best chance is YOU!

If you have never thought about what a cancer symptom could be, you’re not alone. But being able to spot the first warning signs of cancer can dramatically increase your chance of survival.

Since 1975, cancer survival rates for people between the ages of 15 and 40 have barely improved in large part because of delayed diagnosis. 15-40 Connection, a cancer self-awareness non-profit organization, is driving a new cancer conversation to change this by empowering you with the lifesaving advantage of earlier cancer detection. #bestchance

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Married people are more likely to detect AND survive cancer... but why? And what do you do if you’re single? Learn here: www.15-40.org/married-people-more-likely-to-survive-cancer/ #NewCancerConvo ... See MoreSee Less

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Steven, a cancer survivor shares how the roles between his mother and him flipped after she was diagnosed with cancer, years after his diagnosis. He became her caregiver, and she became his charge. www.15-40.org/when-the-patient-becomes-the-caregiver/ #Cancer #Love #Parents #Parenting #Children #LoveYourParents #Health #CancerSurvivor ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s National Cancer Survivor Month, so we’re sharing the stories of inspirational survivors. Meet Stephanie. Her doctor told her she was just fat and lazy when she asked about her health changes. What did she do? www.15-40.org/story/stephanie-corliss/ #CancerSurvivor #ThyroidCancer ... See MoreSee Less

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