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6 months ago

What do you think of the campaign "Help a Dane"?
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The campaign, Help a Dane aims to tackle the fact that Danes have one of the world’s highest rates of melanoma in the world.

Denmark has 19.2 cases per 100,000 people compared to 14.6 in the UK, 11.4 in Germany and Italy, 10.2 in France and 6.9 in Spain.

The campaign has created five videos in different languages for Denmark's five most popular travel destination which are France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Thailand.

The videos ask locals to look out for Danes who have not taken appropriate measures to avoid sunburn.

What do you think of this campaign?
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pinapower

  6 months ago
people think it will never happen to them . they don't care for there health.
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BigRob69

  6 months ago
no
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hyppolim

  6 months ago
I don't think they look very healty!
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Kannadoyle

  6 months ago
It's silly
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nevtes94

  6 months ago
Cancer is cancer and everyone should be made aware of it.
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planstoprosper

  6 months ago
Unhealthy crowd.
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Yileto

  6 months ago
well they need becarefull
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dlobreau

  6 months ago
I think it is a good idea to provide education about cancer prevention, however I think this campaign does not properly communicate that message. This campaign relies on external pressures to promote prevention methods rather than reinforcing personal accountability for one's own health. I feel it would be more beneficial to teach people how to protect themselves when travelling rather than rely on local populations to intervene.
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myotis

  6 months ago
There could be a more effective way to raise awareness. That is a staggering number of affected people though.
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MFRyan

  6 months ago
I am not sure if they would appreciate hearing about it...however as a platinum blond, fair-skinned child, I am now having instances of skin cancer many years later and I have to be very careful, so I think if the topic is brought up in the proper, sensitive manner, people will listen and appreciate what you have to say. I had a friend newly married a couple of years with red hair and fair skin and had a mole he ignored because he didn't think anything of it and when convinced by family to go and see about it, it was too late - he had melanoma, and he died a painful death within 2 years at 23 and left a beautiful, devastated wife with no children, who had to start her life all over again after losing the love of her life...that was brutal. So getting the message out there is extremely important, and if you can relate to the Danes you talk to, you never know...you just may save a life here and there. It is certainly worth the effort.
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