Help out if you can, anything will help. If you don’t have money to donation, at least reblog this around. Lets help this dude out.

oh, wow, thank you.  had no clue this post was made too.  i really appreciate all the support everyone has given so far.  this has been such an overwhelming and scary experience.  thank you all so much!

Seeing how many notes this has after just a few hours blows my mind. I really don’t think I deserve all the help and support I’m getting, but I swear I appreciate every bit of it. It really means the world to me. Thank you all so much for everything you’ve done.

I don’t know this person, at all. But I’ll reblog this anytime it comes across my dash, because I sadly can not help out with donating anything. So spreading the word as much as I can.

Tumblr, if we can get someone a god damn fucking fluffy chicken we can potentially save someone’s life. 

Fluffy chicken? 500K notes. Brain tumor? Totally ignored by comparison.

$3706! we can do this, you guys, keep boosting!

just gonna add a quick trigger warning for uncensored stitches/scars and blood on his head when you scroll down ok uwu!!

While a bright and beautiful flower, the daffodil is also the flower which represents hope!

April is daffodil month and on April 27th, Daffodil Day, the Canadian Cancer Society is encouraging everyone to wear a daffodil pin to show their support for people living with cancer.
Although not everyone may have a Daffodil pin, it is thoroughly encouraged that you donate to cancer fundraisers! 

On this important day we encourage Canadians to do something special for those living with cancer or to contribute in some way to the fight against this disease. For example:

Tell a loved one or friend with cancer that you are thinking of them; let them know about the Society’s information and support programs.

Do something special for someone you know with cancer (for example, make a meal, do an errand, babysit).

Talk with your provincial or local politicians about the importance of fighting back against cancer and tell them how they can join the Society in this fight.

-The Canadian Cancer Society


     And I’d like to remind everyone that “Do something special for someone you know with cancer” shouldn’t just be limited to those with cancer! Being kind and preforming good deeds is something we promote daily, so remember to be kind to all those around you, and offer to help out once in a while!

We hope to see you with your pins and spreading awareness!

Have a lovely day and stay hopeful!



“Though cancer had taken his leg, his spirit was unbreakable.”


Colorectal cancer cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a cancer cell from the human colon (large intestine). Cancer of the colon is also known as colorectal cancer. Symptoms include rectal bleeding and abdominal pain. Treatment is with surgery to remove the affected area. Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers in the Western world. Magnification: x4,000 when printed 10 centimetres wide.



Vaginal cancer cell. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a vaginal squamous cell carcinoma cell. The many microvilli (small projections) on the cell’s surface are typical of cancer cells. Squamous cells are a type of epithelial cell that line the vagina. Vaginal squamous cell carcinoma is the most common form of vaginal cancer. It is most common in women over 60. Magnification: x3000 when printed 10 centimetres wide.



Adam Levine strips for testicular cancer awareness.