Cancer Awareness Ribbons

Help support a friend or loved one in their cancer battle with one of our cancer awareness ribbons. We have options for different cancer types, and will add more as they are requested.

Remember, we will donate 10% of all sales of our cancer awareness ribbons to American Cancer Society.

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Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Orange Leukemia/Kidney Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Gray Brain Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Teal Ovarian Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon

Probably, the most well-known cancer ribbon is the pink ribbon that indicates breast cancer. Researchers and organizations use or wear pink throughout their numerous campaigns to highlight their stand against breast cancer.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Organizations, such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation constantly work towards finding a cure for breast cancer and help support those going through treatment.

Remember, 10% of all sales of our cancer awareness ribbons will be donated to American Cancer Society.

Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Orange Leukemia/Kidney Cancer Awareness Ribbon

Leukemia is a form of blood cancer that usually starts in the bone marrow. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society state that the 5-year survival rate for leukemia has more than quadrupled since 1960. The improvement in the outlook may be due to increased awareness of the disease and advances in medication.

September is Leukemia Awareness Month.

Leukemia also shares the orange ribbon with kidney cancer.

Remember, 10% of all sales of our cancer awareness ribbons will be donated to American Cancer Society.

Orange Leukemia/Kidney Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Gray Brain Cancer Awareness Ribbon

Possibly a reflection of a person's "grey matter," a grey ribbon promotes brain cancer awareness.

The National Brain Tumor Society estimates that approximately 688,000 people in the U.S. are living with a brain or central nervous system tumor. While the majority of these tumors are benign, about 37 percent are cancerous.

May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month.

Remember, 10% of all sales of our cancer awareness ribbons will be donated to American Cancer Society.

Gray Brain Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
Teal Ovarian Cancer Awareness Ribbon

According to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths in women aged 35–74. Researchers estimate that one in 75 women will experience ovarian cancer during their lifetimes.

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. However, May 8th is also World Ovarian Cancer Day, when people around the globe spread awareness of ovarian cancer.

Teal Ovarian Cancer Awareness Ribbon
$10.00
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