Hundreds gather for Cancer Survivors Day Celebration

Despite a rainy start, the weather gave way for a perfect afternoon as more than 500 hundred cancer survivors, their friends and families, and volunteers turned out to celebrate life on Sunday, June 8.

Mid-Michigan's 20th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day Celebration and picnic included entertainment by Donny & the Dorsals, Wil Slone, children's activities, and a recognition of survivors*. The longest survivor in attendance this year was first diagnosed 55 years ago!

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Dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and support of Patients with cancer all under one roof, the Sparrow Cancer Center offers the latest in surgical, medical and radiation oncology with access to clinical trials unique to the area. For more information on the Sparrow Cancer Center, visit Sparrow.org/Cancer or call 517.364.2780.

*The National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation defines a "survivor" as anyone living with a history of cancer from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life.