10 Simple Ways to Raise Ovarian Cancer Awareness With Swag

According to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, 1 in 75 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer during their lifetime. The American Cancer Society estimates there will be over 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer this year and at least 14,000 women will die from ovarian cancer.

Ovarian Cancer Awareness

The good news is rates of women being diagnosed with ovarian cancer over the past 20 years have been decreasing, and a lot of this is attributable to awareness.

The five-year ovarian cancer survival rate is more than 90 percent if diagnosed early. Awareness campaigns emphasize early knowledge of signs and symptoms and having early conversations with your doctor.

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and promotes opportunities to advance the fight against ovarian cancer. Teal is the color assigned to ovarian cancer and associated with many awareness promotional items.

Ovarian Cancer Swag

“No One Fights Alone” and “Choose Hope” are two famous universal cancer slogans. There are also a variety of others for different non-profit profit organizations working to bring about awareness, education and monetary donations for ovarian cancer research.

You can support a friend or loved the one with ovarian cancer and educate others with trademark slogans on teal wristbands and bracelets, necklaces, t-shirts, ribbons, magnets and more.


The “No One Fight Alone” wrist brands in teal is a great way to offer support to a loved one going through the cancer journey or if you are a cancer patient yourself.

These are available in different colors to help bring out awareness for other cancers as well. They are even available for sale in bulk for awareness events or fundraisers.

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