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Jul 12 2016
Yellow Wristbands To Support Sarcoma Awareness
Raise Awareness of Sarcoma with Bracelets
Sarcoma is a cancer that develops in the connective tissues of the body. Although they comprise only 1% of cancer diagnoses, sarcomas are a dangerous cancer that claim thousands of lives each year. Because sarcomas are not common, they receive very little funding compared to more common types of cancer. Sarcoma awareness wristbands can be used to show support for a person or family, raise awareness of the need for more research, or fundraise to help the cause. Join AmazingWristbands.com to show your support for Sarcoma awareness.
Sarcoma Awareness Month in July
Sarcoma Awareness Month is in July. Yellow is the recognized awareness color used in conjunction with sarcoma awareness. Many events take place for Sarcoma Awareness Month, and custom sarcoma awareness wristbands can be a part of any event. You can choose any message for your custom silicone wristbands. A generic yellow “Cure Sarcoma” wristband would work well for a big event, or a more personalized wristband such as “Team Joan -- Beat Sarcoma” could be used to show support for an individual.
What is Sarcoma?
Sarcoma happens when abnormal and cancerous cells grow in the connective tissue, such as fat, blood vessels, nerves, bones, muscles, deep skin tissues, and cartilage. Here are some important facts about sarcoma from The Sarcoma Alliance:
Buy Sarcoma Awareness Wristbands from Amazing Wristbands
AmazingWristbands.com sells only 100% silicone made products. You can create your customized sarcoma awareness bracelets online with our easy-to-use builder. You can make your bands really stand out with cool. We also offer:
In addition to standard wristbands, we also offers slap bands that “snap” to a person’s wrist, as well as thin half-inch bands, thicker one-inch bands, adjustable bands, USB bands, silicone rings and silicone key chains.
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