#WearWhite on June 15
June 2018 marks our 6th annual Cancer Immunotherapy Month and on June 15 we are going to wear white for a future immune to cancer. We invite you to help raise awareness about the lifesaving potential of immunotherapy.
By wearing white together, we are standing for science and the search for immune-based cures. This year, our #WearWhite campaign will echo the hope immunotherapy can bring cancer patients in the darkness of their diagnosis.
On June 15, wear your Cancer Immunotherapy Month t-shirt or any white shirt. Then snap and share a selfie on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook using the hashtag #WearWhite. Download a printable sign to hold in your selfie and share why you choose to wear white—for a friend, a family member, or anyone in your community.
Why Does White = Immunotherapy?
- White represents your immune system's cancer-fighting white blood cells (lymphocytes).
- White symbolizes the lab coats worn by the scientists and clinicians working to find the cures for cancer.
- White is the color of all cancer awareness ribbons combined and immunotherapy has the potential to treat all types of cancer.