The Elisa Ilana Breast Cancer Lollies are the newest edition to help raise funds for cancer research. It is our company’s hope that we will make a difference in the race to find a cure. A percentage of the sale of these bracelets is donated to Liz’s Legacy, a fund to advance cancer research.
Liz’s legacy performs this role through advocacy, education and fund raising. It is dedicated to the physicians, nurses, and scientists who are diligently working towards new, more effective cancer treatments and ultimately a cure.
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July is the month to raise awareness for bone sarcoma and soft tissue sarcoma. Showing support for sarcoma cancer is as simple as wearing one of our awareness bracelets!
A sarcoma is a type of cancer that develops in the certain tissues in the body, most commonly the bone or muscle. Bone tumors, or sarcomas, are named based on the area of the bone that is affected. Osteosarcoma is the most common bone sarcoma, which normally occurs in children and young adults but it can develop at any time.
Soft tissue sarcomas develop in the soft tissues like fat, nerves, muscle, blood vessels, deep skin tissues and fibrous tissues. They can generally be found any location on the body but most are in the arms or legs. It is estimated that 4,390 Americans (men, women and children) are expected to die of soft tissue sarcomas every year.
When you wear your awareness jewelry, you are dedicating your efforts to helping those who have a Sarcoma. With as many as 50 different types of soft tissue sarcomas alone, every bit of support helps!
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May is ALS Awareness Month. Let's all fight Lou Gehrig's Disease!
Over 5,600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with ALS each year, most commonly between the ages of 40 and 70. It is 100% fatal and has very few treatments to improve quality of life. With the purchase of an ALS Awareness Bracelet, a portion of the proceeds go to the ALS Association.
When you wear your awareness jewelry, you are dedicating your efforts to finding better treatments for those with ALS.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and It's time to Think Pink!
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer in their lifetime and Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide. With the purchase of a Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet, 10% of the proceeds go to Breast Cancer Research and Awareness. When you wear your bracelet it is a symbol of the dedication to find new, more effective cancer treatments and ultimately a cure.