I was diagnosed at age 34 with stage 2 brain cancer. I lost the coordination of my left side and had seizures often. My oncologist removed a tumour and I underwent radiation and chemotherapy. Things went back to normal for a couple of years until small seizures reappeared. I went back to my oncologist and he suggested doing an MRI. I was devastated knowing that small tumors were reappearing. Upon my next operation, I was diagnosed as having anaplastic astrocytoma. I underwent radiation and chemo again and things went back to normal for about 8 more months. After that, I started losing my left side motor skills. Now I am 41.
My bf is giving me care and support a lot and I don’t know whether I will survive or not but I can’t run away from him or my life. I happen to hear about the medical cannabis treatments and found its effective. I met some of the cancer survivors who are taking medical cannabis as a treatment and they shared their good results. But some people have misconceptions about that treatment. I'm planning to promote the medical cannabis for cancer patients using the out of the home advertising methods. Our club is ready to do the promotion and they're giving the maximum support for us. When I researched the different advertising methods I heard about aerial advertising, wall projections, street advertising, ad trucks etc. Is aerial advertising an expensive method? Or do you have any suggestions for promotions which is of a small budget? Kindly share your views. Thank you!!