What does make September gold mean?
September 3, 2020. By: Trish Adkins. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It is a month when we honor children with cancer, children who have survived cancer and the children who have died from cancer. It is a month of “Going Gold,” and working to ensure that childhood cancer is spotlighted.
What cancer is Purple Ribbon?
Green stands for liver cancer, lymphoma, and gall bladder cancer. Variations of purple signify pancreatic cancer, testicular cancer, leiomyosarcoma, Hodgkin lymphoma, stomach cancer, and esophageal cancer.
What does a orange ribbon stand for?
The orange ribbon is turning into a popular symbol for gun control — the latest shade of ribbon being used to trumpet awareness of a cause. … Orange ribbons are also a symbol for leukemia awareness.
What months are awareness months?
- February 4th: World Cancer Day. (Lavender)
- February 5th:: National Wear Red Day. (Red)
- February 5th: Give Kids a Smile Day.
- February 12th: Chinese New Year. …
- February 14th: Valentine’s Day.
- February 15th: International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day. …
- February 15th: Susan B.Anthony Day.
- February 15th: Presidents Day.
What month is for leukemia?
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month – a focused time for advocates and supporters of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to raise awareness both locally and nationally about our efforts to fight blood cancers including leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and Hodgkin’s disease.
What color is for pancreatic cancer?
The Color Purple: Raising Awareness of Pancreatic Cancer.