National Cancer Prevention Month
February is National Cancer Prevention Month (NCPM), a time to focus on what we can do — as a society, in our communities, and as individuals — to take action and prevent cancer.
Leading scientists, researchers, and health professionals have sounded the alarm that toxic chemicals in our air, food, water, built environments and the products we use every day are increasingly causing cancer.
We are at a pivotal crossroads: we can and must do more to prevent cancer.
#MOVE4CancerPrevention is a healthy and fun action-building event for the whole family to enjoy and every community to join.
This annual event takes place during National Cancer Prevention Month in February.
It is a first-of-its-kind movement event encouraging everyone to take action to prevent cancer by removing cancer-causing chemicals from the places we live, learn, work and play.
Four Ways to Get Involved in NCPM
Join the #MOVE4CancerPrevention event and take the 444 Challenge: help us raise $40,000 in 4 weeks by moving 400 miles.
Educate your friends and family by sharing information on your social media channels.
Donate to support Cancer Free Economy Network’s mission to create a healthier future for ourselves, our loved ones, and for future generations.
Sign up for CFE’s Advocacy Action list and receive occasional emails with opportunities to take action.
Featured Events During NCPM
February 1, National Cancer Prevention Month / MOVE4CancerPrevention Kickoff Event – More TBA
February 3, 12-2pm ET | Cancer & Environment Forums Webinar #1
This webinar series is co-sponsored by the Cancer Free Economy Network, CFE members Silent Spring Institute and Lowell Center for Sustainable Production, as well as Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, Center for Cancer Equity & Engagement at Dana-Farber Harvard Cancer Center, and Massachusetts General Hospital
February 16, 12-2pm ET | Cancer & Environment Forums Webinar #2
March 1, 12-2pm ET | Cancer & Environment Forums Webinar #3