K28 Leukemia Awareness Ribbon Lapel Pin

K28 Leukemia Awareness Ribbon Lapel Pin

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K28 Leukemia Awareness Ribbon Lapel Pin
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None of our products are intended to be used by children. The small parts and makeup of our products is not intended for those 13 and under. uses many different materials including lead-free pewter, zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, brass, and others. Due to the custom nature of our work and the wide variety of finishing techniques employed in producing our products we can not economically test each individual product for compliance with prop 65. Therefore we choose to place Prop 65 warnings on all our products when shipping to California.

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    Lapel pin

    Posted by Carol Green on Sep 18th 2017

    I bought these pins in honor of leukemia awareness month. GO GOLD! I like them they are just what I had in mind. Thank you! I will wear it on honor of mainly our friends who's daughter is in remission from AML leukemia and for all of the other children and their families are on this journey.

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    Leukemia Awareness Ribbon Lapen Pin

    Posted by Richard Sheets on Jan 5th 2015

    In May 2013 I was diagnosed with APML, and spent a lot of time in the hospital and at a clinic getting chemo treatments. Am in remission now and hopefully on the mend. I got the ribbon for me and my family who stood by me thru all the dark times.

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    Leukemia pins

    Posted by Carol G on Jun 19th 2014

    A dear friend was recently diagnosed with leukemia. All of us are wearing these pins as he battles this disease. Such a beautiful show of support. The pins are great quality and made in the USA. Thanks for being part of the fight to beat this disease.

  • 5
    Great pin!

    Posted by Kim on Apr 14th 2013

    I bought this pin to put on my name tag after my dad was died from Leukemia. It is a very beautiful heavy pin.

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    Luekemia Pins

    Posted by Colann Callahan on May 13th 2011

    On May 9, 2006 one of my best friends and coworkers lost her battle with Leukemia. This year marked the 5 year anniversary of her passing. To celebrate her life and to remember her passing, I bought pins for her friends and we held a memory service. The pins are of fantastic quality and everyone proudly wears them in memory. I will be ordering more for an upcoming fund raising event.

    Thank you for the great customer service, quality product and the quick delivery!

    Colann Callahan

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    Posted by Renette Wilkinson on Jul 29th 2010

    You asked me to share my story for purchasing the Leukemia pins. Well here goes.

    I only had one Son and his name was Ray and he was only 28 years old, unmarried and no children. His father died 5 years ago in a motorbike accident. We started a business for him a year ago and things were going very well.

    He started complaining about typical flu symptoms and stomach problems. He went to our local GP twice and received medication. He went back the third time and saw the partner who recognized the signs and he send him for blood tests to two different labs on the same day and we had to take him the following day for the bone marrow-test, due to the fact that they could not determine which Leukemia it was. It turned out to be Acute Myeloid Leukemia.

    The following day we took him into the clinic where he got out of the car, carried his own bag up the stairs and checked into his room. I came back very early the next morning to take him to another hospital for sperm donation before they start the chemo treatment, only to find that he had gotten extremely ill during the night and they took him into ICU. The following morning he was heavily sedated and from there everything started going downwards and I never got to speak to my child again and he passed away 3 weeks later.

    He was a healthy, strong, tall, rugby-player ?â???? went to the gym every morning ?â???? to say the least I was devastated and still trying to come to terms of what has happened.

    That is my story in short. I have attached a photo of the two of us in happy times.

    I rate this 5/5.

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    Leukemia Pins

    Posted by Garry on May 26th 2010

    I bought these pins to share with my family. My sister passed away from AML after a courageous fight. These pins are to constantly remind us of her and make more aware of Leukemia.

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    Leukemia Awareness Ribbon Lapen Pin

    Posted by Rita Lerma on Jan 8th 2010

    I bought these pins for myself and my family in rememberance of my father who passed away of Leukemia. We wear them proudly. It is a very nice pin and of very good quality for the price I paid. I have given this website to friends of mine who are going through similar situations who might be interested in purchasing these pins for themselves. Thank you for such a nice pin.

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    Great Pins for a good cause

    Posted by John Lafleur on Mar 18th 2009

    The Pins are great Quality. We're passing them out to all our friends that supported us in my Fianc?ée's fight with Leukemia. We're going to have a fundraiser with the next batch of pins we order. Thanks for the quick turn around with out order