World Rose Day 2022 | Cancer Free Day Theme, Quotes, Wishes, Images, Whatsapp Status, Date, India, Hindi

By | July 7, 2022

World Rose Day 2022 | Cancer Free Day Theme, Quotes, Wishes, Images, Whatsapp Status, Date, India, Hindi:

World Rose Day 2022

The rose is a symbol of love, care and concern. On September 22 every year, Rose Day is observed, for all the people all over the world who are battling cancer. It 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.

The World Rose Day, which is celebrated on September 22 every year, is dedicated to cancer patients all across the globe. The day aims to bring happiness and hope into the lives of such patients and reminds them that they can emerge victorious in their battle against cancer through determination and positivity.

Exposure to any environment where people are smoking tobacco and inhaling the smoke can potentially affect a passive smoker. Lung cancer, coughing and wheezing, asthma, sore throats and colds, eye irritation and hoarseness are widely caused by passive smoking.

Rose Day, CPAA’s call to connect with cancer in a non-medical way was launched on September 22, 1994. A relief moment, CPAA opened cancer to mass compassion and goodwill. Over the years running, Rose Day has evolved…touched, moved, inspired cancer patients; if just for a while, lifted them out of an abyss to rekindle hope in their lives. It has also raised funds towards CPAA’s long-term goal of ‘Total Management of Cancer’.

The concept of Rose Day came from Joan Shenoy and her faith in the goodness and goodwill of the common man and the ability to draw them into a conversation about cancer in a non-intimidating way. Rose Day has emerged as that opportunity to channelize compassion into a sustainable campaign against cancer.” Nurtured and grown by CPAA’s band of committed volunteers and workers, 22nd September is today observed as National Cancer Rose Day in India.

“The Rose, quintessential symbol of life & love and all things beautiful became a symbolic reminder…that life also has its thorns. So while a rose can’t cure, it helps you endure”  ~ Joan Shenoy

In essence Rose Day’s objectives are:

  • To give cancer patients a relief moment amidst their grueling treatment regimen.
  • Get society to collectively focus on cancer as a human condition.
  • Bring all the stakeholders into a meaningful interaction through the Rose Day initiative.
  • Find ways and means to bridge the gaps in treatment & care.

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