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Jan 1 2016
Pediatric Cancer Wristbands
September is pediatric cancer awareness month. Gold is the awareness color used to recognize the range of diseases that make up pediatric cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma, brain cancers, cancers of the muscle and tissue, and neuroblastoma. Pediatric cancer wristbands are often used as part of awareness events in September to help raise awareness all year long. The number symbol "46/7" is a message often seen in conjunction pediatric cancer awareness. It symbolizes the 46 children diagnosed with cancer each day in the US, and the seven who die each day.
The average age of children diagnosed with cancer is six. More than 40,000 children undergo treatment for cancer each year. Since the mid-1950s, cooperative research has improved the survival rates for childhood cancer in the United States from less than 10% to almost 80% overall. Cure rates vary according to each specific type of childhood cancer, and some types remain very difficult to cure. All cure rates need to be improved.
Buy Pediatric Cancer Wristbands from Amazing Wristbands
Many of our bracelets can be created with our easy-to-use online wristband builder. Or, call us and our professional and friendly customer service agents will help you. When purchasing wristbands for your pediatric cancer awareness campaign, be sure to work with a vendor who offers only 100% silicone wristbands. We have many different colors and color combinations available, including segmented or swirled colors.
For example, you can segment orange and gold on your pediatric cancer wristbands to raise awareness of childhood leukemia. You can also add glitter to your pediatric cancer wristbands as an added special effect. We offer no minimum order requirements for popular wristband styles, no mold fee on any quantity of custom wristbands, and free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching.
Design your customized pediatric cancer wristbands online today!
Last modified on: January 1st, 2016
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