National Cancer Survivors Day® is a CELEBRATION for those who have survived, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community.
Today, the term breast cancer survivor is one that means different things to different people. Many think of it as a badge they can only wear after they are cancer-free for a number of years. Others, including those at the National Cancer Institute, say you are considered a survivor on the day that you are diagnosed and remain one throughout the rest of your life.
National Cancer Survivors Day. Whether you're still in treatment or long since finished, there are many ways to continue to take care of yourself as a cancer survivor. Eating right, getting regular physical activity, and getting recommended cancer screenings are an important part of that equation. Breast cancer survivor Fran Boyd is one of.
May 18, · I’m a breast cancer survivor, wife, and stepmother. What’s a normal day like for me? In addition to taking care of my family, hearth, and home, I run a .