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What are Awareness Months?

 There are a number of Awareness months, weeks and days. Promoting
 these days is a great way to increase the awareness of disability related 
 issues. Where available, contact information is given, so that you may call
 or write if you would like additional information.

February 2018

AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month
National Eye Institute Information Office

31 Center Drive MSC 2510

Bethesda, MD 20892-2510

(301) 496-5248




February 2nd   
Give Kids A Smile Day

American Dental Association
211 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611-2637
(800) 621-8099



February 7th 14th

Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week
American Heart Association

National Center

7272 Greenville Avenue

Dallas, TX 75231
(800) AHA-USA1

(800) 242-8721 Fax

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     Did You Know ?


The Pink Ribbon is the well known Cancer Awareness Ribbon for Breast Cancer, did you know there are several different colors for awareness of other types of cancer as well?

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Colors 

Brain - Gray
Breast - Pink

Cancer Survivors - Yellow
Cervical - Teal/White
Childhood - Gold
Colon/Colorectal - Dark Blue
General Cancer Awareness - Lavender
Kidney - Kelly Green
Leukemia - Orange
Lung - Clear
Lymphoma - Lime Green
Melanoma - Black
Multiple Myeloma - Burgundy
Oral, Head & Neck - Ivory & Burgundy
Ovarian - Teal
Pancreatic - Purple
Prostate - Blue
Sarcoma - Bright Yellow
Teen - White & Teal Stripe


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