• anonymous
I lost my grandma to this ugly disease but,SO HAPPY for those survivors...Happy National Cancer Survivor’s Day
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  • Jamierox4ev3r
That's extremely thoughtful of you, thank you :) I also lost my grandpa to this disease, but I salute the survivors and those currently battling who preserver and stay strong.
  • EclipsedStar
I absolutely agree with Hana. I also want to congratulate the ones that have stayed strong. Disease took both my grandparents from my dad's side and thus I of course long for them, and it brings a lot of hopeless feelings. However this national day means a lot to me because of what had happened in the past.
  • anonymous
Everyone is talking about doughnut day and stuff and I though this day was important too . Very meaningful as well to a lot of people.

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