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Inside Knowledge Campaign Public Service Announcements and Videos

Public Service Announcements (PSAs) And Videos

Are You Listening public service announcement

“Are You Listening?”
These PSAs focus on why it’s important to listen when your body tells you something may be wrong, and why you should learn the symptoms of gynecologic cancers.

Cote de Pablo public service announcement

Cote de Pablo for Inside Knowledge
Actress Cote de Pablo was busy and delayed getting a Pap test. She talks about what happened when she was finally tested. And check out the behind-the-scenes videos! The PSAs and videos with Ms. de Pablo were directed by acclaimed film director Patricia Riggen.

These public service announcements (PSAs) and videos are available, at no cost, for organizations and individuals to share with local media. See Usage Guidelines.

TV and Radio PSAs and Videos

To request video files, please contact CDC-INFO.

A woman taking her dog for a walk in the park.
NEW! Knowledge is Power 15-Second Animated Videos
These short animated videos urge women to listen, learn, act. Women are encouraged to listen to their bodies, learn the symptoms of gynecologic cancers, and act by seeing a doctor if they notice unusual symptoms that don’t go away.
Cote de Pablo

Cote de Pablo for Inside Knowledge
Actress Cote de Pablo discusses her cervical cancer scare and has a message for women.

Photo of a woman

Are You Listening?
This PSA spells out the symptoms of gynecologic cancer and what you need to know.

Photo of Jenny Allen

Be Brave
Writer and performer Jenny Allen describes her experience with uterine and ovarian cancer.

Print PSAs

Black and white files are optimized for black and white printing.

Cote de Pablo

Cote de Pablo: “I was lucky”
Formats: 11 x 17 (vertical) [PDF-831KB] and 11 x 17 (horizontal) [PDF-3.1MB]

Be Brave. Ask Questions. public service announcement, vertical, color

Be Brave. Ask Questions.
Writer/performer Jenny Allen tells women to “be brave, ask questions, go to the doctor,” as she talks about surviving uterine and ovarian cancers.

Here's What Happened public service announcement, vertical, color

Here’s What Happened
Jennie M. describes her experience with uterine and ovarian cancers, encouraging women to “listen to your body.”

Get the Inside Knowledge public service announcement with photos, color

Get the Inside Knowledge
Features a gynecologic cancer symptoms chart and information on the importance of paying attention to your body. Two versions are available.

Anuncio de servicio público de Conozca su cuerpo versión con fotografías en color

Conozca su cuerpo (Spanish)
Features a gynecologic cancer symptoms chart and information on the importance of paying attention to your body. Two versions are available.

Usage Guidelines

Content developed by CDC’s Inside Knowledge campaign and presented on CDC’s Web site is available for public use exactly as it is found online, without being changed in any way. If you have questions about whether or how you may use these campaign resources, or if you would like to request Inside Knowledge print ads or print disks, please call 1 (800) CDC-INFO or contact CDC-INFO.

Fact sheets, brochures, posters, symptoms diaries, buttons, badges, and PSAs

Inside Knowledge fact sheets, brochures, posters, symptoms diaries, buttons and badges, and public service announcements (PSAs) may not be changed in any way. Adding or removing logos or information to highlight the services provided by an individual, company, or organization would imply endorsement by the Department of Health and Human Services, which is against federal policy.

Images and illustrations

Many Inside Knowledge images and illustrations are copyright protected, and depending on contractual agreements, may not be available for use by non-CDC entities.

Campaign logos

Inside Knowledge is a CDC campaign. Its logo may not be used on materials other than those created and produced by CDC. The campaign logo is not available to third-party organizations for use on independently created materials.

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