Enter Choose Hope’s November Giveaway

Enter Choose Hope's November Giveaway

The month of November brings awareness to multiple cancers: Lung (White), Pancreatic (Purple), Stomach (Periwinkle), and Carcinoid (Zebra Stripe). November also honors all caregivers with plum ribbons.

Making a Difference By Raising Awareness

Raising awareness is important and necessary ALL year round, but having a dedicated month allows us to really start the conversation that hopefully continues much longer.

Even the simple act of wearing a pin, wristband, or a sassy t-shirt creates an opportunity to answer questions, offer up common symptoms, or remind someone that they might be due for a preventative procedure. Remember, you can be a force for sharing information that could ultimately save someone’s life. So wear your white, purple, periwinkle, and zebra stripe proudly and help make a difference!

To support and empower others, while bringing awareness, Choose Hope is offering 4 FREE Giveaways, specifically geared for each of the November cancers.

Lung Cancer – Did You Know?

  • 1 in 15 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with lung cancer in their lifetime, with a total of 234,000 people diagnosed this year
  • Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women. Prostate is more common in men, and breast cancer is more common in women
  • The median age at diagnosis is 70 and 69% of lung cancer diagnoses are in people 65 or older
  • Smoking is the leading risk factor for lung cancer – but not the only one. Radon, asbestos, cancer-causing agents, air pollution, radiation therapy to the lung and family history of lung cancer are also factors
  • Check out the American Lung Association for more info

How to Win our November Giveaway for Lung Cancer

First, click “Enter Giveaway” and log in with Facebook or your email. Then you will see a few different ways to enter. You only have to complete one, but the more entries you have, the better your chances are of winning! You must have a shipping address within the continental U.S. in order to win.

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Pancreatic Cancer – Did You Know?

  • Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers with the lowest survival rate at just 6-9 percent
  • 55,440 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and 44,330 will die from the disease
  • Risk factors for developing pancreatic cancer include age, smoking, obesity, pancreatitis, and diabetes
  • Check out PanCan.org for more info

How to Win our November Giveaway for Pancreatic Cancer

First, click “Enter Giveaway” and log in with Facebook or your email. Then you will see a few different ways to enter. You only have to complete one, but the more entries you have, the better your chances are of winning! You must have a shipping address within the continental U.S. in order to win.

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Stomach Cancer – Did You Know?

  • About 26,240 cases of stomach cancer will be diagnosed this year, with twice as many men as women
  • Stomach cancer mostly affects older people. The average age of people when they are diagnosed is 68
  • More than 10,000 men and women will die from stomach cancer this year
  • A diet high in smoked, salted and pickled foods, tobacco use and obesity can all increase the risk of stomach cancer
  • Check out No Stomach for Cancer for more info

How to Win our November Giveaway for Stomach Cancer

First, click “Enter Giveaway” and log in with Facebook or your email. Then you will see a few different ways to enter. You only have to complete one, but the more entries you have, the better your chances are of winning! You must have a shipping address within the continental U.S. in order to win.

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Carcinoid (Neuroendocrine) Cancer – Did You Know?

  • More than 12,000 people are diagnosed each year
  • As many as 125,000 people are living with neuroendocrine cancer in the US today
  • It has received low priority for medical research because of its rarity and lack of public awareness
  • Carcinoid tumors can develop in many different organs of the body, but they are most often found in the digestive system
  • Check out the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation for more info

How to Win our November Giveaway for Carcinoid Cancer

First, click “Enter Giveaway” and log in with Facebook or your email. Then you will see a few different ways to enter. You only have to complete one, but the more entries you have, the better your chances are of winning! You must have a shipping address within the continental U.S. in order to win.

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The winners will be selected at the end of November and one of those could be you! Share your story or helpful tips that got you through the cancer journey in a comment below.


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19 comments on “Enter Choose Hope’s November Giveaway
  1. Esther says:

    I was diagnosed with a carcinoid neuroendocrine tumor almost a year ago. Thankfully after two surgeries, I am cancer free at this point!

  2. Holly Fazio says:

    I am my husbands caregiver and One of the helpful things that got us through the battle of cancer. The Hope Lodge provided a place to stay during most of treatment, this allowed him to be close to the hospital and me to stay with him and be there to care for him. We truly can not Thanks the hope lodge and their staff and all of doctors and nurses enough.

  3. Debra DuBois says:

    My grandson is fighting cancer he is only 18 toughest battle we keep our head high and live each day as if its the last be greatful for every moment we share.

  4. Cheryl V. says:

    I was diagnosed with lung cancer Aug 1, 2017. Total surprise because I was a healthy active 55 year old non smoking woman. The chemo treatment knocked the cancer back a bit and I was put on Tarceva. Tarceva is managing my cancer for now. It will be an uphill battle and I am ready.
    The outpouring of love and support from family, friends and co-workers has been the most amazing part of this journey.
    Being a strong and independent women, the most important lesson I have learned, and would want to share is, when asked, “what can I do for you?” Be ready to answer. Give that person something. Letting others bless you is so vital, for them and for you in this journey.
    I may never be cancer free, but I am blessed beyond measure!!

  5. Mary says:

    My husband has high grade NEC of the bladder.

  6. Lori Thomas says:

    Always keep the faith. Miracles do happen.

  7. Kimberly says:

    Praise God for your healing!

  8. I was diagnosed with a pancreatic neuroendocrine tumor on 12/7/18. I had a Whipple procedure on 12/21. My Christmas was spent in the hospital but I am currently cancer free.

  9. Misty Garcia says:

    A year ago this month I lost my best friend, my favorite cousin to stomach cancer. It took him too fast from his kids and the rest of us that love him! #MikeyStrong

  10. Kim P says:

    I was diagnosed almost 4 years ago with a cystic nueroendocrine tumor and had a distal pancreatectomy/splenectomy. I have yearly scans and another small cyst has now shown up that they are watching. I choose to be hopeful and make every day count!

  11. I have just been diagnosed with NET cancer for the third time. Rll and rml lobectomies, 7 tumors each time. Now metastasized to subcarinal lymph node. I was 52 the first time.

  12. Danielle DeBlasi says:

    I lost my grandmother to lung cancer as a child. She and I were very close and she helped raised me while my mother had to work odd shifts. A year ago I beat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and remembering her and how she fought was a big inspiration for me during my fight.

  13. Shirley says:

    Has a husband die 6 yrs ago of throat cancer had niece 20 yrs old die stomach camcer had a lot my family die of all types cancers so I support this I want a cure found Ty.

  14. Tina says:

    Cancer has been a very prominent monster in my life.. in 2006 my 5 year old son passed away from Ectomesenchymoma, in 2010 my mom passed away from lung cancer, I was diagnosed a few weeks ago with breast cancer, stage 3.. there are countless other family members who’ve also battled cancer. I want more than anything to find a cure for ALL cancers…

  15. My very close friend of 18 years, was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer on October 18th of this year. It’s inoperable or treatable, and he may have weeks or possibly a few months. At the beginning of October he was fine, and just a few weeks later…Pancreatic cancer must be the worst of all of them. I have lost so many people and one pet to various types of cancer since age 10, I am 54 now. Enough is enough, I stand up to cancer and will fight for any living human or animal diagnosed with this dreadful disease!

  16. Mary says:

    My mother passed away from Lung Cancer after battling it for two years. My father passed away from stomach cancer after four months of finding out. He was just that sick before they knew. My husband’s father passed away from pancreatic cancer after 8 months of battling it. They all passed away within months of each other. Like 5 months of each other. That was the hardest year we have ever had. Lossing all of them like that. We are survivors and buy from your site to remember them and give donations every Christmas in their honor.

  17. Heather Reed says:

    My sister-in-law passed away in April, at the age of 42, from pancreatic cancer. She leaves behind two young boys and a husband, my older brother. We miss her every day.

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