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  • Cancer awareness is much, much more than a line of products, and fighting cancer is far uglier. While fundraising is necessary to support lifesaving research and novel treatments, it should not come before education. With that said, please make note of the following:
    1) No two cases of cancer are identical in their biology or the way they are experienced.
    2) Educating yourself about any cause is the best way to support it. Visit National Cancer Institute and American Cancer Society for reliable information.
    3) Unfortunately, cancer awareness is an industry, and potential buyers of any cancer-related product should understand where their money is going.* Visit Think Before You Pink to learn more about cancer awareness and fundraising accountability.

    *100% of the proceeds from Ribbon Initiative products go directly to supporting the specific cancer fund through UNC’s Lineberger Cancer Comprehensive Center, which supports cancer research and care. Learn more here.

    February is gallbladder cancer awareness month, represented by the color green. Gallbladder cancer occurs when cells in the gallbladder (located just underneath the liver) begin to divide uncontrollably. The American Cancer Society estimates that, in 2021, more than 4,000 people in the United States will die from gallbladder cancer. For more information, visit Gallbladder Cancer - American Cancer Society or Gallbladder Cancer - National Cancer Institute.

    This reusable face mask will fit you nicely thanks to its adjustable nose wire and elastic bands. Choose a design that will complement your style, as face masks are becoming the new trend.

    • 100% supersoft polyester microfiber
    • Fabric weight: 2.5 oz/yd² (85 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
    • Nose wire that helps adjust the mask
    • Elastic bands with PVC earloop size regulators
    • Pocket for a filter or napkin
    • Washable and reusable
    • Available with black or white finishing
    • Blank product components sourced from the UK and China

    Gallbladder Cancer Awareness Face Mask

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