By purchasing, you will be helping Colorado Cancer Coalition.
Raise awareness to breast cancer by wearing this paracord bracelet, which is proudly handcrafted by our team of veterans.
Raising awareness is among the best ways of preventing breast cancer.
20% of sales will be donated to the Colorado Cancer Coalition.
Some breast cancer facts:
- Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
- 1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime
- Breast cancer in men is not common, but it happens and approximately 2,600 men are diagnosed yearly in the United States
- There are things you can do to lower your risk:
> Avoid exposure to environmental pollution and radiation
> Breast feed (for mothers)
> Be active physically
> Maintain a healthy weight
> Choose to eat healthier
> Limit alcohol and do not smoke
> If you are age 40-44, choose to start yearly breast cancer screening with mammograms
The Breast Cancer Awareness Designer bracelet wraps around the wrist twice for a trendy look!
Handmade By US Veterans.
- Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon Emblem
- Handmade Charm
- Swivel Lobster Clasp
One size fits most!
The bracelet is made fully adjustable to fit wrist sizes up to 8 1/2 inches. If your wrist measures more than 8 1/2", please let us know your wrist measurement in the Order Note section on the Cart Page. To measure your wrist, click here.
Meet the Veterans who work for and make all of your products at HandmadebyHeroes.com. Our Veterans are the heart and soul behind all of our products and make each order with pride and precision.
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About the Colorado Cancer Coalition
The Colorado Cancer Coalition offers a wide range of resources for patients in every stage of breast cancer from getting emotional and financial support, coping with the cancer, products and services options, alternative and complementary treatments and maintaining wellness.
The CCC also offers a downloadable resource directory that can be used as guide to resources by caregivers and health care providers in Colorado. The print directory is free and available in English and Spanish and is published annualy. Copies can be acquired through the Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment's Resource Center. The online listings are updated and added to throughout the year.
Donations help maintain the directory as well as support a competitive grant program through the Colorado Cancer Coalition and the Colorado Breast Cancer Task Force. To learn more about the Colorado Cancer Coalition, click here.