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Written by Michele Wheat
The primary purpose of an awareness product is to demonstrate affiliation and support for a particular cause, organization, and/or person. Awareness products can take many forms- from magnets on vehicle’s back bumper, to ribbons pinned on clothing and backpacks. One of our favorites though is of course, silicone awareness wristbands! And depending on the cause, there’s a multitude of established charity wristband colors and themes to choose from!
Brain cancer awareness month is May.
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.
Gallbladdder cancer is signified with green.
There are many cancer ribbon colors and meanings while each color represents a type of cancer or multiple types. A blue bracelet signifies colon and thryroid cancer.
Blue is the color known as the diabetes ribbon color. It used to be gray but now is symoblized by the blue circle.
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.
The color orange is the Leukemia awareness color. September is Leukemia awareness month.
Support for pancreatic cancer is reflected by a purple ribbon.
To help gain awareness, the Down Syndrome colors are blue and yellow.
Renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer) is represented by an orange ribbon.
Teal ribbons are used to show support for both ovarian and cervical cancer.
Glioblastoma, and all brain cancers is denoted by grey.
Different colored wristbands are worn to raise awareness or show support for various missions or causes
A black wristband is often worn to show support for skin cancer, melanomas, as well as insomnia and anti-terrorism awareness.
Depending upon the particular shade of blue, the wristband may denote different meanings. Light blue is symbollic of prostate cancer, cornflower (periwinkle) blue denotes esophageal and stomach cancer, and navy (dark) blue denotes colon cancer.
A pink bracelet shows support breast cancer.
A purple wristband is worn to show support and raise awareness for pancreatic cancer. Purple also stands for the Lupus ribbon color, alzheimer's awareness, and animal abuse/animal cruelty awareness .
A red wristband denotes support for heart disease, stroke, DARE/substance abuse, AIDS, and MADD.
A white band denotes lung cancer, while a white & burgundy ribbon represents throat cancer.
Cancer awareness is represented by a yellow wristband.
Wearing a pink bracelet represents support for breast cancer.
Sarcoma, or bone cancer, is denoted by a yellow.
Breast cancer is denoted by light pink. This is why you see athletes wear pink sometimes during games even though the color pink is not there teams colors.
There are many suicide awareness colors to promote suicide prevention around the world. Some may use yellow and orange to gain awareness while others will use a purple and teal ribbon. However, plain orange ribbons represent self harm awareness, and plain teal represent PTSD awareness.