Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer suffered by women. For the last 25 years, October has been a month designated to Breast Cancer Awareness for the purpose of sharing information and promoting awareness of breast cancer to women. A series of slogans outlined below have been used by others that celebrate this annual campaign. These phrases are meant to inspire your own creativity towards participating in the continued efforts of raising awareness.
A Cure Worth Fighting For.
A Feel a Day Keeps the Doctor Away.
Awareness is Power.
Believe in the cure.
Believe There Is Hope For A Cure.
Best protection is earth detection.
Big or Small, Let’s Save Them All.
Big or Small, Save them all.
Boobies Make Me Smile.
Boobs, Sweat and Tears.
Boobs: They could use your support.
Boobs: They Need Your Support!
Breast Cancer Awareness is not just a Month.
Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirts.
Breast Cancer is Crusin’ for a Bruisin.
Breast Cancer Sucks.
Breast Cancer: Been There, Beat That.
Breast In Show.
Busting Our Buns for Boobs.
CANcer CAN’t but We CAN.
Cancer Is A Word, Not A Sentence.
Cancer Survivors Are Sexy.
Cancer Touched My Boobs, So I Kicked It’s Butt.
Cancer, You Picked the Wrong Girl.
Cancer’s Tough, But So Are You.
Check Your Boobies, Mine Tried to Kill Me.
Check your bumps for lumps.
Don’t Be a Boob. Save One Instead!
Don’t forget to get your breast cancer awareness t-shirts!
Don’t Let Breast Cancer Steal Second Base.
Early Detection Saves Lives.
Every ribbon makes a difference.
Fasten Your Pink Ribbon.
Feed your faith and your fears will starve to death.
Feel For Lumps. Save Your Bumps.
Fight For The Girls.
Fight Like A Girl.
Fight the Fight, Find the Cure.
Fighting Breast Cancer Takes Everyone.
Find the Cure.
Finding the cure starts with hope.
For Guys, Every Month Is Breast Awareness Month.
Get Your Pink On.
Ghosts and Goblins don’t scare me, I survived breast cancer.
Give a hoot for a cure.
Give cancer the Boot.
Got a Sense of Tumor
Got Boobs? Get Checked.
Hope is my Superpower.
Hope is stronger than fear.
Hope, Strength, Love.
Hope. Faith. Courage. Strength.
I <3 Boobies.
I Am A Breast Man.
I Can-cer Vive.
I fight like a girl!
I Hope, I Fight, I Will Win.
I Pink I Can!
I Stare Because I Care.
I wear pink for ______.
I’m Here for the Boobies.
I’m too sexy for my hair.
I’d walk forever for a cure.
In the Pink.
It’s not pink. It’s not pretty. Cancer sucks.
Join the fight, one step at a time.
Ladies, Check Yourself!
Let’s Get it Off Our Chest.
Love. Life. Hope.
Mammograms. A few minutes for a lifetime.
Never Give Up Hope.
No One Fights Alone.
Nobooby Left Behind.
Not Just Surviving, Thriving.
On Wednesday’s We Wear Pink.
One day at a time.
One Team. One Dream. Let’s Find a Cure.
People die everyday, cannot we help them in some way?
Pink is my signature color.
Pink is Stronger Than You.
Pink my color. My Cause.
Pink spreads the hope.
Pink, It’s an attitude.
Protect Your Rack.
Put Your Breast Foot Forward.
Ready, Set, Go Pink.
Real Men Wear Pink.
Save A Life, Grope Your Wife.
Save Second Base.
Save the Boobies.
Save the Hooters.
Say No Sir to Cancer.
She believed she could so she did.
Shoot for a cure.
Shouting Out Pink!
Show you care, be aware.
Stomp Out Breast Cancer.
Stop the War in My Rack.
Strength in numbers. Power in pink.
Tell Breast Cancer to Step Aside.
Thanks For the Mammories.
The Breast Is Yet To Come.
These Boobs Were Made For Walkin’.
Together We Can Make A Difference.
Together we fight. Together we win.
Turn Up the Pink.
Walk the Walk. Find a Cure.
Walkin my buns off for boobs.
Walkin’ for the Girls.
We are fighting to keep a BREAST of the competition.
We Treasure Our Chests.
Wear Pink Like a Boss.
Who Says Girls Can’t Fight?
Whoever said winning isn’t everything, obviously wasn’t fighting breast cancer.
Yes my boobs are fake, my real ones tried to kill me.
Three Great Infographics on Breast Cancer Awareness
The infographics below outlines statistics and risks factors associated with breast cancer. In the United States alone, 1 in 8 women will face being diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Additionally, 1% of breast cancer diagnosis made are in men.
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