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Sep 22, 2016

How To Support Blood Cancer Awareness Month?

Blood Cancer Awareness Month Wristbands

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. It was designated by Congress in 2010, and since then, it has played a big role in raising awareness of blood cancers in children and adults. With many different organizations posting educational pieces on social media, hosting events, and reaching out to survivors and families

Custom Blood Cancer Awareness Bands

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Jul 13, 2016

Customized Bracelets To Support Cord Blood Awareness

National Cord Blood Awareness Month Wristbands 

Personalized silicone made bracelets from AmazingWristbands.com help you raise awareness for Cord Blood. When a baby is born, the blood inside the umbilical cord contains some adult stem cells that have proven to develop into healthy blood cells. Ongoing studies are working to determine if that cord blood can be used to treat various diseases if it’s donated to an unrelated person. National Cord Blood Awareness Month was created to raise awareness of the importance of cord blood and to encourage people to participate in clinical trials. Founded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the message National Cord Blood Awareness Month has already reached thousands of people.


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Jun 18, 2016

Braille Silicone Wristbands For Visually Impaired

Wristbands for Braille Readers

Individuals who are visually impaired are unable to read without assistance - some people need larger font or an audio book; others read in a special raised print known as braille. Although silicone wristbands became trendy many years ago, it was hard for visually impaired people to enjoy the customized messages until Amazing Wristbands was challenged by a customer to create a wristband with a message in braille. Since then, the company has created numerous other braille messages on their wristbands, always taking care to get the particular message just right.

Braille Wristbands Debossed Style

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