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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  • 5
    So much to learn

    Posted by Jeff Johnson on Oct 24th 2008

    I was just dianosed with hairy cell leukemia,up intell then i didn't realize there were some many factors when it comes to leukemia,but in some ways I'm lucky because HCL is treatable.I hope...

  • 5

    Posted by Steve Kearney on Sep 19th 2008

    Was a good deal for the money -

  • 5
    My Leukemia story

    Posted by Kevin L Williams on Feb 21st 2008

    I was diagnoised with Leukemia (CML) on Jan 16th 2008 . I got the pins to show my support for everyone who has this diesease. Like most Leukemia patients i will have a transplant soon. I now have to order more pins ,due to the fact everyone in my family has taking mine.These pins are a great awareness tool.

  • 5
    Husband with Leukemia

    Posted by Sue on Nov 7th 2007

    I purchased the pins to show support for my Husband who was diagnoised with AML. He was in remission for 8 months now it looks to be coming back, so he has to go and have a bone marrow transplant. The pins raise awareness to others who dont know what the orange pins are about.

  • 5
    Student With Leukemia

    Posted by Julia on Oct 17th 2007

    One of my co-worker's son was diagnosed with Leukemia. He is also a student at the school where we work. The teachers all have a pin to show our support for our co-worker and her son. We wear them to support him in his fight against Leukemia.

  • 5
    Leukemia Victim Memorial

    Posted by Larry on Feb 26th 2007

    When a co-worker died from Leukemia, his wishes were to make a donation to cancer research
    instead of sending flowers. Almost everyone in the department sent in a donation in his honor, and
    we gave out Leukemia pins for everyone to wear in his honor.