Cancer sufferers are celebrating this year in a new way: by taking a cancer diagnosis to heart.
The first Cancer Zodiac month has kicked off on March 9, 2018, and there’s no shortage of reasons to celebrate.
From new ways to stay healthy to finding new ways of celebrating, here are five reasons to join the party:1.
Cancer Zoden is a nonprofit organization that brings together the experts who understand how the disease affects cancer patients.
The organization is dedicated to providing information and resources that can help patients manage their disease and help them find answers to their questions.
They’ve already released a new online guide and app, and are actively sharing resources like the free Cancer ZODEN calendar.2.
It helps you stay informed.
A Cancer Zodiac calendar is a fun way to get in the mood for the holidays.
It includes tips and tricks to help you stay healthy and focused.
The Cancer Zodan calendar also features interactive features that help you find out more about your cancer and its treatment.3.
You can help save lives.
Cancer Zoodens can save lives with their social media campaigns, and the organization has a Facebook page where cancer sufferer groups can get in touch with each other and share their stories.4.
There are plenty of ways to help.
The charity hosts monthly dinners and events for cancer patients to socialize, meet new people, and even take in some local bands.
They also have a website that gives cancer suffers easy access to resources and other information.5.
You don’t have to be cancer to take part in Cancer Zones.
There’s no set time for participating, and Cancer Zods are open to anyone who is at least 60 years old or has a chronic illness.
They’re also open to women and people with disabilities, people with mental illness, and people living with cancer.
The group’s website lists the rules for participation, which are as follows:1) Participate if you’re a registered member, as well as a friend or relative2) Participating in a Cancer Zody gives you the opportunity to share your story, learn about the illness, ask questions and learn about support groups, networking opportunities, and more3) Participates in a Zody is not required to take an exam, but does need to be a member of the Cancer Zoda network4) Participation is open to all, regardless of income, race, color, gender, religion, disability, or national origin5) Participants are expected to keep up with the latest health information and follow the Cancerzones guidelines.
To join the Zodiacs, click here to start the calendar.
You can also check out their Facebook page to find more about the organization, or to find out what else is happening on their Facebook calendar.
And be sure to follow Cancer Zodic’s Facebook page, and Twitter for the latest news on cancer, and help spread the word about Cancer Zonas events.