On the initiative of the International Organization for Cancer Control and the World Health Organization, February 4 is designated World Cancer Day. The day is dedicated to highlighting the importance of cancer prevention and early diagnosis, the prevention of non-communicable diseases, and the impact of physical activity and a healthy lifestyle in preventing human life-threatening oncology.
Diagnosis of “cancer” must not become a verdict. This severe disease is sometimes stronger than human. Let’s help children and their parents fight for life together 🙏