On Sunday, June 5, 2022, hundreds of cities across the nation – and around the globe – celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day®. Thousands of cancer survivors and supporters gathered in their local communities to celebrate life and to let the world know that all cancer survivors deserve a good quality of life.
It was a day all who celebrated will remember for a long time.
To commemorate the celebration, Coping® with Cancer magazine is publishing photos from NCSD events around the world as part of its official coverage of the 35th annual National Cancer Survivors Day® Celebration of Life.
Each year, NCSD national sponsor Coping magazine publishes an exclusive feature of National Cancer Survivors Day®, using photos sent in by NCSD event coordinators. Just released, this special feature highlights amazing photos and stories from NCSD 2022.
Don’t have a subscription to Coping magazine? No worries. You can find a digital version of Coping’s Survivors Day coverage at copingmag.com. Plus, the online feature has bonus photos of National Cancer Survivors Day® 2022 that you won’t find in the magazine. So, head over to copingmag.com if you want to see some great shots of unforgettable NCSD moments. You may even find one from your local event.
National Cancer Survivors Day® is an annual, treasured Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities nationwide, and around the world, on the first Sunday in June. On National Cancer Survivors Day®, thousands gather across the globe to honor cancer survivors and to show the world that life after a cancer diagnosis can be fruitful, rewarding, and even inspiring. NCSD offers an opportunity for all people living with a history of cancer – including America’s 16.9 million cancer survivors – to connect with each other, celebrate milestones, and recognize those who have supported them along the way. It is also a day to draw attention to the ongoing challenges of cancer survivorship in order to promote more resources, research, and survivor-friendly legislation to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life.