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Personalized Cause offers specialty pricing for Fundraising Events and Large Quantity Orders. Please give us a call at (949) 533-4977 or fill out the form to the right to request pricing. We offer reduced pricing on all Awareness Ribbon Pins and Personalized Awareness Ribbon Pins. Let us know how we can help. 

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THE source for custom awareness ribbons. Our personalized awareness ribbons can be engraved with a name, date or message to create a powerful symbol of hope.

Awareness Calendar for Cancer & Other Causes | Personalized Cause

Personalized Cause's 2017 cause awareness events calendar features medical, cancer, psychological and social causes. Causes listed by awareness months, weeks and days.

Bladder Cancer Awareness Month


Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. Bladder cancer is a common type of cancer in the United States. Nearly 77,000 people will be diagnosed with bladder cancer and some 16,000 people are expected to die from the disease in 2016, according to the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program (SEER).

The National Cancer Institute explains that there are three types of bladder cancer. These cancers are named for the type of cells that become malignant: transitional cell carcinoma, that begin in cells in the innermost tissue layer of the bladder; squamous cell carcinoma, that begin in the squamous cells, and may form after long-term infection or irritation; and adenocarcinoma, that begin in glandular (secretory) cells that are found in the lining of the bladder.

Cancer that is in the lining of the bladder is called superficial. About three out of four people survived five years or more after being diagnosed with bladder cancer between 2006 and 2012, according to federal statistics.