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Cancer patient Michael Meehan, 7, adjusts Canadian Governor General David Johnston's tie during an event to mark the beginning of the Canadian Cancer Society's annual daffodil campaign at Rideau Hall in Ottawa April 1, 2014. (REUTERS/Chris Wattie)

Cancer patient Michael Meehan, 7, adjusts Canadian Governor General David Johnston's tie during an event to mark the beginning of the Canadian Cancer Society's annual daffodil campaign at Rideau Hall in Ottawa April 1, 2014.

(REUTERS/Chris Wattie)

Daffodil campaign for cancer kicks off Add to ...

Twitter was awash in yellow today as the Canadian Cancer Society launched the daffodil campaign to raise money for cancer research. Canadians swarmed social media to show their support (#daffodilmonth) for the initiative by posting pictures of the colourful yellow flower and tweeting encouragement for those living with the disease.

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