Words, Wine & Women PSA for ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association
This Valentine’s Day, if you love someone, encourage him or her to get a neck check. A thyroid check is fast, easy, painless and the few seconds it takes could save their life!
Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association, Inc. (ThyCa) is kicking off a Public Service Awareness Campaign in advance of Valentine’s Day with the ladies of Words, Wine and Women! The purpose of this PSA is to raise awareness about thyroid disease, so this month, we are urging you to get your neck checked and advise your loved ones to do the same.
This campaign was produced by Tara Johnson, host of Words, Wine and Women, and encourages everyone to get a neck check at their next doctor appointment. ThyCa is available to provide support and resources for anyone who has been recently diagnosed with thyroid cancer or is living as a survivor.
ThyCa is dedicated to providing free educational materials and resources to anyone affected or impacted by thyroid cancer worldwide. We also help fund thyroid cancer research, in hopes of finding cures for this fast growing disease. Greater awareness about thyroid cancer and thyroid disease can help people live a healthier and better life.
– Gary Bloom, ThyCa Executive Director and thyroid cancer survivor
For more information about thyroid cancer, please visit the ThyCa website at www.thyca.org.
Help Spread The Word About Thyroid Cancer & Early Detection
Those participating in the campaign are encouraged to post on social media when they have gotten a neck check, use the hashtag #ThyCaNeckCheck, and urge loved ones to participate.
ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of thyroid cancer survivors, family members, and health care professionals started in 1995. The organization is dedicated to support, education, and communication for thyroid cancer survivors, their families and friends, as well as thyroid cancer research fundraising and research grants. ThyCa also sponsors Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month and year-round awareness activities. For more information, visit www.thyca.org, or follow ThyCa on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.