Colorectal tumor is 90 percent preventable and 90 percent treatable when recognized early, yet it keeps on being the second driving reason for malignancy related passing in the United States.
To help spread the message about the significance of early identification, the Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation and its 54 accomplices have combined to observe National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month by presenting the “Mate Bracelet,” a remarkable and intense approach to advance open consciousness of the sickness.
“Today, in an ocean of hued wrist trinkets, the blue Buddy Bracelet emerges by making a cunning path for individuals to take their wellbeing into their own particular hands,” said Carolyn Aldigé, president and originator of the Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation. “The armlet spreads the message that colorectal malignancy is preventable, treatable and conquerable.”
Propelled in 2004 to observe National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, the Buddy Bracelet reminds the individuals who wear it to get screened for colorectal tumor. After the individual is screened, he or she gives the wrist trinket to a relative, companion or associate, passing on the effective message about conversing with a social insurance proficient about colorectal malignancy. The armlet then is exchanged from that individual to someone else et cetera.
The arm jewelery’s subject, “Wear it, share it, since you give it a second thought,” is a message that could spare a large number of lives.
Individuals at normal hazard for
colorectal growth ought to get screened beginning at age 50. More youthful individuals can help bolster the Buddy Bracelet exertion by finding out about their families’ restorative histories, beginning an exchange about colorectal malignancy with their human services experts and reminding friends and family to get screened.