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Honoured Cancer Survivors day at Apollo cancer centre hyderabad

Honoured Cancer Survivors at Apollo Cancer Centre Hyderabad

Hyderabad, June 1, 2024 – In commemoration of Cancer Survivors Day, Apollo Cancer Centre Hyderabad, in collaboration with CURE Foundation India Honoured Cancer Survivors and hosted a remarkable event from 11 AM to 1 PM.

The program brought together cancer survivors, patients currently undergoing treatment, and their dedicated caretakers in a heartfelt celebration of courage and hope.

The event featured inspiring interactions between cancer survivors and patients, fostering a sense of community and shared strength. Caretakers and survivors shared their poignant stories, underscoring the power of positivity and resilience in the face of cancer. 

Dr Vijay Anand Reddy, Director of Apollo Cancer Centre, highlighted his experiences, praising the indomitable spirit of his patients. “Throughout my journey with cancer patients, I have witnessed unparalleled resilience and bravery. 

he remarked, they have consistently shown that a positive outlook can be a formidable ally in the battle against cancer,”.

Unveiling the Victory Bell

Honoured Cancer Survivors
Unveiling the Victory Bell

Participating in the program Ms Sangita Reddy Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals said, as we unveil the Victory Bell, let it stand as a symbol of hope and victory, a reminder that cancer can be overcome.

To all our Honour Cancer survivors, caretakers, and patients, we salute you. Your bravery continues to inspire us and many others in their fight against cancer.

A symbolic highlight of the event was the unveiling of the “Victory Bell” in the hospital lobby by caretakers and survivors, a gesture representing triumph over cancer and hope for those still in treatment.

Honoured Cancer Survivors

cancer survivors day
Honour Cancer Survivors

To honour their journey, all participants were felicitated with gifts and souvenirs, adding a special touch to the celebration.

This program was a testament to the strength of the human spirit, aimed at appreciating, honouring, and supporting the survivors, while also inspiring those currently in treatment.