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Written by Michele Wheat
You have most likely seen an awareness ribbon or wristband. Some people place them in the form of magnets on the back bumper of their vehicle. Others wear them as a pin that attaches to their clothing. Still others wear them as wristbands, and depending on what type of cause one supports, they might wear a number of wristbands in a rainbow of colors. No matter what form these awareness ribbons come in, the colors representing the causes are recognized throughout countries all over the world.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Leukemia awareness color is orange.
A blue bracelet signifies colon and thryroid cancer.
Lung cancer is denoted by wearing a white bracelet.
Most cancers have a specific color associated with the disease, but yellow is typically symbolic of cancer.
Breast cancer is denoted by light pink.
Sarcoma, or bone cancer, is denoted by a yellow.
Cancer awareness is represented by a yellow wristband.
A white band denotes lung cancer.
A black wristband is often worn to show support for skin cancer (melanomas), as well as insomnia and anti-terrorism awareness.
A blue wristband, depending upon the shade of blue, may signify a variety of different cancers. Light blue is symbollic of prostate cancer, cornflower (periwinkle) blue denotes esophageal and stomach cancer, and navy (dark) blue denotes colon cancer.
Glioblastoma, and all brain cancers is denoted by grey.
Brain cancer awareness month is May.
Renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer) is represented by an orange ribbon.
Yes, in September, National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is observed in North America by health experts, health advocates, and individuals concerned with men's prostate health and prostate cancer.
Wearing a pink bracelet represents support for breast cancer.
Support for pancreatic cancer is reflected by a purple ribbon.
A red wristband denotes support for heart disease, stroke, DARE/substance abuse, AIDS, and MADD.
A pink bracelet shows support breast cancer.
Different colored wristbands are worn to raise awareness or show support for various missions or causes.
A purple wristband is worn to show support and raise awareness for pancreatic cancer.
Gallbladdder cancer is signified with green.
Teal ribbons are used to show support for both ovarian and cervical cancer.