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National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD)

National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD)

With a growing number of Americans living with, or in remission from lymphoma, it is important to let people know that they are not alone. National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD) is a celebration for those who have survived cancer, inspiration for those recently diagnosed, and a gathering of support from families, friends and the community. Thousands gather across the globe to honor cancer survivors and show the world that life after cancer can be fruitful, rewarding and inspiring.

For NCSD on June 7, hundreds of supporters joined the Lymphoma Research Foundation by connecting with others in the lymphoma community, celebrating milestones, recognizing those who have supported you along the way and drawing attention to the ongoing challenges and triumphs of lymphoma survivorship.


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