National Cancer Survivors Day® – the day set aside to recognize all those who are living with a history of cancer – is Sunday, June 6. And we know you’re already planning an incredible Celebration of Life for the cancer survivors in your community. Don’t you want to give them something to remember it by? […]
[Guest Post by Saranne Rothberg] I fractured my funny bone in February 1999. I heard “malignant tumor, surgery, radiation, chemo” and felt as if I’d forgotten how to breathe. The medical staff continued to banter about the prognosis of my exposed breasts when suddenly my mind rebelled. An old magazine article about a man who […]
If you’re not having a National Cancer Survivors Day® in-person event, we’ve put together this guide for planning virtual and socially distanced events. If you’re looking for more information on themes for your event, whether it’s in-person or virtual, you can check out our general “theme-aspiration” page. Socially Distanced Event Ideas Drive-In Have a drive-in […]
A keynote speaker can help set the tone for your National Cancer Survivors Day event.
[NCSD guest blog post by Martina Reaves] I was minding my own business when a little chancre sore popped up on my tongue. Nothing unusual for me, really. But then it didn’t go away. When I saw my doctor for another reason, I pointed it out to her. “Have your dentist check it,” she said. […]