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Still Here Awareness Pack

You can help us to raise awareness about lung cancer, its symptoms and the STILL HERE campaign. Download our posters and leaflets and display or distribute them in your local area, or post and share on your social media. It could help save someone’s life.

To download, simply click on the image.

Videos

STILL HERE official launch video

STILL HERE Shadow Theatre

It’s always been ok to visit your GP

Back up and rolling

STILL HERE poem

We need to act quickly

A tumour caught early…

Posters and leaflets

Lung cancer is STILL HERE poster

The NHS is STILL HERE poster with symptoms

I am STILL HERE poster

Lung cancer is STILL HERE leaflet

The NHS is STILL HERE leaflet

I am STILL HERE leaflet

Stories

Keshu’s story

Andrew’s story

Andy’s story

Steve’s story

Mandy’s story

Angela’s story

Jo’s story

Jimmy’s story

Anne’s story

Debra’s story

Ruthra’s story

Gill’s story

Cameron’s story

Mary’s story

Paul’s story

Joanna’s story

Social media banners

Lung cancer is STILL HERE Facebook banner

I am STILL HERE Facebook banner

The NHS is STILL HERE Facebook banner

Lung cancer is STILL HERE Twitter banner

I am STILL HERE Twitter banner

Lung cancer is STILL HERE Facebook banner

I am STILL HERE Facebook banner

The NHS is STILL HERE Facebook banner

Lung cancer is STILL HERE Twitter banner

The NHS is STILL HERE Twitter banner

Lung cancer is STILL HERE LinkedIn banner

I am STILL HERE LinkedIn banner

Social media post(s)

Lung cancer has been driven under the shadow of covid-19. People are going undetected, denying them the chance of an earlier, and potentially lifesaving, diagnosis.

Lung cancer is #STILLHERE and we all need to be aware of the symptoms of lung cancer because it is a disease which can affect anyone.

If you or your loved ones have potential lung cancer symptoms, including a persistent cough, contact your GP – even if you are living in an area which is in lockdown.

Useful links

roycastle.org/stillhere
roycastle.org/lungcancersymptoms