Pink breast cancer stuff
Prepare for a deluge of all things pink, from mints to mugs and everything in between. Times about downside of awareness campaigns. Komen For the Cure for its Promise Me perfume. BCAction claimed the fragrance had chemicals not listed on the label that are toxic, have not been tested for human safety and have been shown to have negative health effects. Komen has agreed to reformulate the perfume. Those marathons also raise money for breast cancer research.
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'Stronger together': Freedom senior creates pink shirts to support breast cancer awareness
Think pink -- or not -- for breast cancer awareness month - Los Angeles Times
Stick it on your car, iPad, water bottle Designed and drawn by a breast cancer survivor I spent hours on this design so that it would be just perfect. I wanted something that is beautiful as well as durable. I combine shipping! Great quality.
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Want to Support Breast Cancer Survivors? It Goes Way Beyond Wearing Pink
Chances are you know someone or have someone in your life who has dealt with breast cancer in some way, shape or form. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control , breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, regardless of race or ethnicity. According to Breastcancer. While this number seems overwhelming, there is some good news.
The pink ribbon lapel pin has become a powerful symbol to increase awareness about breast cancer, and it's easy to make for yourself and your friends. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and throughout the year—people wear pink ribbons to honor survivors, remember those lost to the disease, and to support the progress we are making together to defeat breast cancer. We encourage you to wear a pink ribbon throughout the month of October and join us in the fight against breast cancer. Follow the printable directions below to make your own pink ribbon lapel pin; no sewing required.