Stomach cancer bracelet

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Periwinkle (Stomach cancer) Packaged Cancer Awareness Bracelet 6mm

$3.50

Perriwinkle Bracelet represents: Stomach cancer

Made with 6mm Cat’s eye beads, silver plated 5mm round beads, 5mm silver plated Bali Daisy Spacer beads and a cancer awareness ribbon. Finished with a strong 12mm lobster clasp and strong professional wire. They are assembled by hand here in the USA!

These bracelets are 7 3/4 inches long, this will fit most adults and is a good universal size. They also come with two extension rings per bracelet just in case.

The bracelets come mounted on a card, prepackaged with the meaning of all the cancer colors printed on the back of the card. A great way to get bracelets for any cancer awareness event, to resell for a good cause or just to wear your self to show support for cancer awareness.

Colors Colors and their meanings: You will receive the following colors: Forest Green (Renal/Kidney), Dark Brown (Colo-rectal & Anti-Tobacco), Purple (Pancreatic), Orange (Leukemia), White Pearl(Lung), Royal Blue (Thyroid & Prostate), Mint (Liver, Lymphoma & transplant), Lavender (All cancer survivors and general cancer awareness), Yellow (Bladder & Sarcoma), Black (Melanoma), White (Cervical, Bone & Retinoblastoma), Gray (Brain), Pink (Breast), Teal (Ovarian), Peach(Uterine), Red/Burgundy (Aids/Myeloma), Golden (Childhood Cancer) & Periwinkle (Stomach).

SKU: 6mm Bracelet Periwinkle WireCategories: - Cancer Awareness, Cancer awareness bracelets

Product Description

Perriwinkle Bracelet represents: Stomach cancer

Made with 6mm Cat’s eye beads, silver plated 5mm round beads, 5mm silver plated Bali Daisy Spacer beads and a cancer awareness ribbon. Finished with a strong 12mm lobster clasp and strong professional wire. They are assembled by hand here in the USA!

These bracelets are 7 3/4 inches long, this will fit most adults and is a good universal size. They also come with two extension rings per bracelet just in case.

The bracelets come mounted on a card, prepackaged with the meaning of all the cancer colors printed on the back of the card. A great way to get bracelets for any cancer awareness event, to resell for a good cause or just to wear your self to show support for cancer awareness.

Colors Colors and their meanings: You will receive the following colors: Forest Green (Renal/Kidney), Dark Brown (Colo-rectal & Anti-Tobacco), Purple (Pancreatic), Orange (Leukemia), White Pearl(Lung), Royal Blue (Thyroid & Prostate), Mint (Liver, Lymphoma & transplant), Lavender (All cancer survivors and general cancer awareness), Yellow (Bladder & Sarcoma), Black (Melanoma), White (Cervical, Bone & Retinoblastoma), Gray (Brain), Pink (Breast), Teal (Ovarian), Peach(Uterine), Red/Burgundy (Aids/Myeloma), Golden (Childhood Cancer) & Periwinkle (Stomach).

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What's your cancer color?

After Rose died from the disease months later, her daughter learned there were no pancreatic cancer support organizations. All she found, Marquardt said, was a “pancreas cancer” chat board on the Johns Hopkins Medicine website. Marquardt asked users there about using purple to signify the disease. They agreed.

In 1999, Marquardt founded the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Its website is drenched in purple. Today, purple (or orchid or violet or periwinkle) has been adopted in several places within the cancer-support landscape.

But other advocates who are seeking to ignite recognition and funding for carcinoid cancer picked a far more unusual pattern: zebra stripe.

It’s based on philosophical advice doctors get in medical school: “If you hear hoof beats think horses, not zebras.” That means: If you’re presented with symptoms of common diseases, think of common diseases, not infrequent ailments like carcinoid cancer, a type of neuroendocrine tumor.

“We want doctors to think that, in addition to one of the more common illnesses, those symptoms might be caused by something rare [like carcinoid cancer]. And that’s the zebra,” said Grace Goldstein chief operating officer of the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation. On the nonprofit’s Facebook page, a filter was recently posted allowing users to place zebra stripes over their profiles.

“It is a community. That’s also important,” Goldstein said. “But without enough awareness of the disease, there won’t be research.”

How peach became pink

The most famous tone, pink, has more than a splash of controversy in its colorful history. In a California dining room in 1991, Charlotte Haley, then 68, started making peach ribbons to bring attention to breast cancer. On every pack of five, she tacked a postcard asking people to lobby the National Cancer Institute to boost its cancer-prevention budget. Haley distributed thousands of peach ribbons.

In 1992, the editor of Self Magazine and the vice president of Estee Lauder asked Haley to partner. She refused, saying their planned use was too commercial. The executives instead decided to use pink for their own awareness campaign, according to the Breast Cancer Consortium. 

The real surge of cancer shades began about 10 years later. In 1999, when Linda Nielsen and two partners launched ChooseHope.com, a for-profit, merchandise site for cancer patients and supporters, there were “maybe six” colors, including teal for ovarian cancer and white for lung cancer, Nielsen recalled.

“We went to each organization and said: ‘Do you have a cancer awareness color?’” said Nielsen, a breast cancer survivor whose company has since donated more than $900,000 to cancer charities.

Today, ChooseHope sells bracelets and other awareness products covering 29 cancer types or cancer groups. Their online stock includes $6 black tumblers for melanoma and $1 amber rings for appendix cancer.

“I worry about the proliferation," said Caldwell, the metastatic breast cancer patient and blogger from Seattle. “It’s not because I don’t think that the camaraderie and awareness it brings is bad. Obviously, that’s good. But as someone who lives in Breast Cancer Land and sees Pinktober, pink cans of mace or pink handguns – things obviously not good for your health – I worry that for organizations for other cancer types, their message will get co-opted the way it has with breast cancer." 

But for Pamela Acosta Marquardt, whose mother inspired purple to represent pancreatic cancer, the hue remains a way for her to honor her mom and battle the disease that took her life. She still wears the color today. 

“Purple was my mother’s favorite color. When I was a little girl, my bedroom was white and lavender. The color was always in our lives,” Marquardt said. “It’s funny, because my mom came from nothing. She grew up in the Twin Cities without much. She never really thought her life mattered, but look where we, and the color purple, are today.”

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Stomach Cancer

Awareness Color: Periwinkle
Awareness Month/Day(s): November

Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, is a malignant tumor arising from the lining of the stomach. There has been a significant decrease in the number of people diagnosed with stomach cancer in the past 60 years.

Stomach cancers are classified according to the type of tissue where they originate. The most common type of stomach cancer is adenocarcinoma, which starts in the glandular tissue of the stomach and accounts for 90% to 95% of all stomach cancers. Other forms of stomach cancer include lymphomas, which involve the lymphatic system and sarcomas, which involve the connective tissue (such as muscle, fat, or blood vessels).

*Sources: From WebMD, http://www.webmd.com/cancer/stomach-gastric-cancer



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