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World Rose Day or Cancer Free Day observed on 22nd September: Details, Aim, History

World Rose Day or Cancer Free Day observed on 22nd September 2018: Details, Aim, Significance, History

The World Rose Day or Cancer Free Day is observed on 22nd September every year all over the world who are battling dangerous cancer disease.

The World Rose Day or Cancer Free Day celebrations, the main aim is to make cancer patients become strong to face the disease with proper medication, high spirit, and firm will-power.

The World Rose Day or Cancer Free Day is observed in the memory of 12-year-old Melinda Rose from Canada, who was diagnosed with Askin’s Tumour, which is a rare form of blood cancer. Doctors predicted that she will not survive more than a couple of weeks, but she lived six months more. Within that period, she successfully cheered up other cancer patients and their caregivers with her letters, poems, and emails.

Alertness about cancer is important not only for supporting the patients but also for preventing it. We can cut down on cancers such as lung cancer is by reducing the passive smoke that we inhale.

By following a healthy diet, Avoid smoking and alcohol, Regular exercise, less sun exposure to sunlight are other ways to prevent cancer.




 

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