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Tag: disease awareness campaigns

10/6/2014

Colons want a piece of the action of Pinktober, too

1 10/6/2014

Do we need an “Awareness” Awareness Month? Or more giant testicles pushed cross-country?

2/5/2014

Dueling diseases…competing cancer causes…my cancer is worse than your cancer

9/19/2013

“Not-so-fine line between empowerment and fear, between awareness and exploitation” on testicular cancer campaigns

12/1/2011

ESPN’s connection of the Jimmy V story with Tubby Smith’s was out of bounds

10/6/2011

Disease-mongering du jour: heart disease in young women. Red competing with pink?

7/20/2011

Australian author: increasing public awareness about ovarian CA can have downside