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Category: Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness Merchandise

Published September 23, 2015        by Matt

shutterstock 180187445 small 150x150 Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness Merchandise Background on Breast Cancer Over 2.6 million people in the United States suffer from breast cancer. According to BreastCancer.org, one in eight women will develop this disease at some point in her life; for men, the risk is one in 1000. But there is hope: survivorship rates have increased over the past five decades, and much of this is the result of better screening and treatment options. The Susan G. Komen Foundation handed out pink ribbons to participants in its NYC race for survivors in 1991; since then, the world has shown its support for awareness, research, and funding with pink. Who Wears Pink? Everyone Does! Pink is considered a feminine color, but today, you will see some of the country's biggest, toughest men sporting pink. Image by sportsbusinessnetwork.blogspot.com The Read more

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Published October 20, 2009        by Nicole

pink ribbon cookie gift 150x150 October is Breast Cancer Awareness MonthWe've added a line of Pink Ribbon Gifts! At Holiday Gifts & Gift Baskets, we've added a whole new line of gifts and gift baskets that incorporate pink ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness month.  With gifts starting at just $20 and a huge variety of treats such as gourmet cookies, brownies, chocolate covered oreos, and gourmet nuts, we've got something for everyone.  Part of the profits from some of these gifts will be donated to various cancer foundations in the U.S. The pink ribbon has come to symbolize the solidarity behind the breast cancer movement and to support the thousands of women diagnosed with breast cancer each year.  In 1991, the Susan G. Komen foundation first passed out pink ribbons to wear in their New York City race for the cure.  A breast cancer awareness stamp featuring Read more