It's that time of year again to look back and reflect on the year behind us, the victories and the losses, the relationships forged and the moments we will never forget. As we think back on everything the No Evidence of Disease team has achieved over the past year, MAN are we PROUD of the NOISE we made for GYN Cancer!
2013 marked the completion of the No Evidence of Disease documentary, the culmination of three years worth of production shoots, interviews, research, and heart-rending experiences as we dove into the world of women's cancers. We were proud to announce the film's acceptance to the Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival and the LA Femme International Film Festival this Fall, and thrilled to team up with Tugg.com to screen the film in dozens of theaters and communities around the country. We've also taken on some other initiatives this year to continue our mission of raising awareness for GYN cancers. As part of the core team of Globe-athon: The Walk to End Women's Cancers, we spearheaded the branding and digital media development for a new and exciting worldwide cancer awareness movement. We've also released a short educational film, available here, called What Every Woman Should Know, which educates and empowers women about their gynecologic health. 2013 has been an incredibly busy year, and this barely scratches the surface!
We couldn't have done any of it without you, our loyal friends, fans, and supporters! Take a look at what everyone has helped accomplish this year in our special N.E.D. Storify, a collection of the year's highlights as told through our favorite social media posts, photos, and videos! Check it out here - N.E.D. Movie 2013 Storify - and let us know what you think!
As we continue our awareness efforts and our screenings around the globe in 2014, we're thankful for the incredible support and opportunities that have been afforded us over the past three years! Please join us as we continue to shine a light on gynecologic cancers - help spread the word, support a film screening in your area, or make a donation to the What Every Woman Should Know Campaign. Join your local GYN Cancer organization. Reach out to survivors in your community. And please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and stay in touch with the exciting new developments that will come in 2014!
Happy New Year!