On November 20, 2012, a group of cancer survivors, doctors and caregivers from Smilow Cancer Hospital, along with the Fairfield Children’s Choir and a troupe of stage performers, came together at Union Station in New Haven.
They were there to celebrate personal triumph. And to celebrate life. The event was a flash mob - a live, spontaneous performance that helped draw attention to our mission of making the world cancer free. Here are the behind-the-scenes stories of many of those participants. Find out what inspired them to join. Learn of their own personal triumphs. And see how far we’ve come in bringing the world closer to free.