The day we’ve been waiting for is almost here! On Sunday, June 3, 2018, people across the U.S. and abroad will gather in their local communities to commemorate the 31st National Cancer Survivors Day®.
National Cancer Survivors Day® is an annual, worldwide Celebration of Life held on the first Sunday in June. Hundreds of cities around the world will hold celebrations on this day to recognize cancer survivors, to bring attention to the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face, and to celebrate life.
More Americans than ever are surviving cancer. However, despite their growing numbers, cancer survivors often must contend with rapidly rising drug costs, inadequate insurance coverage, difficulty finding or keeping employment, and ongoing physical, psychological, and financial struggles.
Help us raise awareness of the challenges of cancer survivorship and spread the word about National Cancer Survivors Day® 2018.
We want to send the message that life after cancer is about more than just counting years. It’s about making those years count. Help spread the message by sharing a post like this one to your social media sites:
Life after cancer is about more than just counting years. It’s about making those years count. Let’s work together to lessen the burden of cancer survivorship. Join us to #CelebrateLife and raise awareness on National Cancer Survivors Day, June 3. #NCSD2018
And make sure to share your National Cancer Survivors Day® pictures and stories with us on social media by using the hashtag #NCSD2018 and tagging us in your posts.