March Cancer Awareness–Colorectal, Kidney and Multiple Myeloma
Colorectal cancer is represented by a dark blue ribbon. According to the CDC, more that 134,000 people are diagnosed in the United States each year and it is split almost evenly between men and women.
The orange ribbon represents Kidney cancer Awareness. In the United States, 62,000 people will be diagnosed this year. Of that number, 62% will be men.
Multiple myeloma is represented by the burgundy ribbon. Many people have no signs or symptoms before being diagnosed with this cancer, which is considered to be rare, affecting about 30,000 people each year.
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