Do you throw a party? Cross something off your bucket list? Buy yourself something special?
Heather Von St. James, who had terminal malignant pleural mesothelioma, writes her fears on a ceramic plate each year and smashes it in a bonfire.
Riley Castro, diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer while pregnant, got an adult-sized T-shirt for her daughter and takes her picture in it on every cancerversary.
Lindsay Ronnau Hildebrand, with stage 3 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, hiked a 14,000-foot peak with her friends.
Find out more about them in the Spring 2019 issue of Cancer Wellness.
And my story was featured as well on pg. 26, written by Bethany Kandel.
How do you celebrate your cancerversary?
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I’d like to participate in your celebration! Or one of your celebrations! A great idea!
Whatever your milestones may be, when you reach one, be sure to acknowledge it. For instance, some people remember their cancerversary as the day they were told they were cancer-free or the day they finished treatment. Every cancerversary, they find a way to celebrate in a way that makes sense for them.