The theme for Blood Cancer Awareness Month in September changes from year to year, but the overarching goal of the month is to increase public knowledge and understanding of blood cancers, and to raise awareness of the need for improved treatments, early diagnosis, and increased funding for research.
In recent years, some of the themes for Blood Cancer Awareness Month have included:
- “Know the Symptoms, Take Control”
- “Knowledge is Power”
- “Early Detection Saves Lives”
- “The Power of Community”
These themes serve as a call to action for people to educate themselves about blood cancers, to be aware of the symptoms, and to advocate for increased funding and resources to support research, treatment, and care for those affected by these diseases.