Enter Choose Hope’s October Giveaway

October brings awareness to breast cancer and liver cancer. Show support and bring awareness and enter the Choose Hope October Giveaway now

The month of October brings awareness to two cancers: Breast and Liver Cancer.

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 pink and emerald green proudly and help make a difference!

To support and empower others, while bringing awareness, Choose Hope is offering two FREE Giveaways, specifically geared for breast cancer and liver cancer.

Breast Cancer – Did You Know?

  • One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
  • There are approximately 252,700 new cases of breast cancer each year.
  • Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and the second leading cause of cancer deaths.
  • Men get breast cancer too! About 2,400 men are diagnosed each year.
  • There are over 33 million breast cancer survivors alive in the US today.
  • The official awareness color is Pink

How to Win our October Giveaway for Breast 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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Liver Cancer – Did You Know?

  • About 42,220 Americans are diagnosed with primary liver cancer each year.
  • Liver cancer death rates have increased by almost 3% per year since 2000
  • It is much more predominant in men than in women.
  • Oftentimes, there are no symptoms so early detection is challenging.
  • Risk factors include Cirrhosis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
  • The official awareness color is Emerald Green.

How to Win our October Giveaway for Liver 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 October 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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61 comments on “Enter Choose Hope’s October Giveaway
  1. Amy R says:

    What got me through breast cancer last year was my friends and family. They were by my side through it all. Also, to be honest there is one special young boy that I have on facebook that I have been following for a few years now. He has been battling cancer every day. I watch his mom post pics and comments about his treatments. He is such a strong young man. What he goes through everyday pushed me to be strong. I saw him as an inspiration. His name is Wyatt and his fb page is Wyatt’s hope 4 a cure.

  2. Brandy Moore says:

    Be brave, be strong, you got this <3

  3. Dawn says:

    Breast cancer like any cancer is devastating to anyone.Everyone deals with it differently.Some of us dont have the support group as others. People need to be educated on breast cancer or cancer in general. It’s not easy at all.:(

  4. Lisa Blalock says:

    Love this website. My mom is a two time breast cancer survivor (29 and 22 years). My sister is a 12 year survivor. Early detection saves lives!!

  5. No Matter What… Never Ever Give up HOPE!

  6. Michell says:

    Cancer of any kind is no fun. I’m a survivor, not breast or liver, but I know people who have battled these cancers and won. Stay strong!

  7. Anthony Ross says:

    My wife is a remarkable woman and a breast cancer survivor.We walk every year for the breast cancer awareness.I survived prostate cancer 4 yes ago.I really like your website and I think it’s a great opportunity for me to get support.Thank You..😍

  8. Lori Thomas says:

    Keep the faith, we`ve got this

  9. Be brave and you can fight cancer

  10. Theresa Ness says:

    I was informed of an abnormality on my mammogram when I was 48 they said I could have a lumpectomy to get that lump taken care of on the day I was to get the lumpectomy they put my x-rays on the reader board and it was a Telltale sign I knew they confirmed it was breast cancer threw out my right breast I immediately said let’s do this and I went in for a mastectomy of my right side at the age of 48 fast forward over two and a half years I am now engaged planning to get married at the end of August of next year I’ve had reconstruction gone through my chemo the radiation I have an amazing fiancee I just can’t stress enough to everyone stay positive stay active and stay hopeful.

  11. Sarah says:

    The only way to get through is with help. No one fights alone!

  12. Sara G says:

    Liver cancer has recently impacted my family, but as a family we’re trying to stay strong no matter the outcome .. No one has to fight alone !

  13. Lisa M says:

    10 year survivor of stage 3 breast cancer at age 34….
    It’s just a bump in the road of life

    We were given the gift of survivorship… now go out and have some fun

  14. I am proud to say that this November 19th is my 5yr Cancerversary!! You never actually know how Strong you can be until you have to be.

  15. Marlena says:

    What a great company! I would be honored to wear and use their products.

  16. Susan Voss says:

    I am a liver cancer survivor. Chemoembolizations at Mayo Clinic miraculously shrunk my tumors enough for surgery. When I saw the statistics on liver cancer I decided that there was no reason that I couldn’t be one of the people who beat it. Faith in God, excellent medical care, and support from my family and friends got me through. I have been cancer free for four years. I tell my story to give others hope.

  17. Cynthia Robinson says:

    Have known and lost so many good friends and family to these awful diseases..Pray for a Cure!!!

  18. My friends and family were my biggest supporters. I chose a scripture that I would meditate on for this whole journey that would encompass everything I may feel. This scripture and others have helped me to live in the new normal. I cannot go back to the person I was once but I can move forward.

  19. I’ve been dealing with ovarian cancer (stage IIIc) for three years. I’ve given away Choose Hope bracelets for 2 years. That makes me feel good and is a marvelous way of meeting and talking to other survivors.

  20. laurie says:

    I work at a cancer center and have had a number of family and friends that have had cancer

  21. Debra Dubois says:

    My Aunt fight breast cancer bless her. She is so brave and tough everyday fights the battle with such grace.

  22. Tammy Agdepp says:

    My sister just underwent a double mastectomy. She’s the first in our family to have to deal with breast cancer. Praying for a cure.

  23. Our family is now dealing with cancer. My sister just underwent a double mastectomy. She’s the first in our family to have to deal with breast cancer. Praying for a cure.

  24. Beautiful never stop fighting you got this

  25. Kristy says:

    My granny Edna has been cancer free for about 8 years now. Yeah! She had breast cancer but now she is a survivor….

  26. I was diagnosed last year in September on my sons 9th birthday. No dayis a good day to hear you have cancer but on my sons. I was devastated. But hin and his brother are two of the biggest reasons I fight. Have I lots if family and friends helping me through this. I proudly wear pink to help spread awareness. Find a cure!!

  27. Karen Cooper says:

    Cure needed not bigger hospitals and more facilities. 🙏 Hope

  28. Dana says:

    Coming up to 5 years survivor in November. Whoop! Love this site.

  29. I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Breast Cancer and Stage 1 Throat Cancer in May of this year. My husband and children and grandchildren are why I fight every day. I am bound and determine to beat this and live for them.

    • Oh I’m so sorry. I was diagnosed in May also with breast cancer, I can’t imagine hearing throat cancer as well. Know God is with both of us I pray you have a strong support system. I don’t think I could have faced it like I have if it wasn’t for my husband, children,and grandchildren.

  30. Gwendolyn Jordan says:

    Research and prayers

  31. Teresa says:

    It was mainly my middle son and youngest son that got me through my treatments.

  32. Mary says:

    I fight for my grandma and everyone’s grandmas

  33. Cancer has entered into our family in full force, causing many lives to be ended and many survivors still fighting refusing to quit. For all those out there fighting and smiling everyday. I love you and believe that one day soon the miracle will come for all those afflicted with this horrible illness. You are all Beautiful even when you feel your lowest know that there are many angels smiling down on you, cheering you on to continue to the FIGHT.

  34. I was just diagnosed with breast cancer in August and found out I have the BRAC1 gene mutation and triple negative. It was a shock since there is no one in my family that I know of that has this. I am praying it skips a generation and my 3 girls do not have to deal with it. My husband is wonderful and is more attentive than ever since I was diagnosed. I know I have to stay strong and fight and I do that every day by not giving into pessimism. I am hopeful to get through this and future surgeries I will have because of this.

  35. Kristy says:

    I had a liver adenoma removed last Aug. on Sept 11, 2017 I learned that the adenoma had cancer in it. I had a tough time with my diagnosis. My husband helped me deal with my surgery and all subsequent tests. I still go every 6 months to keep an eye on the other 5 edenomas.

  36. Brunilda Burgos says:

    What got me tru breast cancer was my husband and family and my possitive thinking. I wish with all my heart that soon there will be a cure for this aweful sickness. BE STRONG 💖💖

  37. Tammye Hayes says:

    I am a breast cancer survivor going on 10yrs. I hate cancer! I lost some really great friends to breast cancer and my grandmother. Cancer of any kind sucks! I pray for a cure daily and I pray for all who are fighting.

  38. Heather says:

    I pray for everyone battling cancer. I pray for their family and friends.

  39. Kimberly says:

    Thank you for all you do! Never give up & stay strong!

  40. Tina Conley says:

    Love this site! Keep the faith, stand strong! 💖

  41. Jamie Plume says:

    Thank you for the support!

  42. I love this site! As a breast cancer survivor I’ve obtained information and some great gifts for other survivors from this awesome site. Thank you for being a resource for so many!!!

  43. Jennifer says:

    Have hope, faith and strength. You can do this….. Lots of love and prayers

  44. Diane Crowe says:

    I’m currently battling breast cancer but doing well. I start radiation next week after having 3 surgeries. Prayers for everyone out there battling!!!

  45. Peggy says:

    I am the 1 of 8…
    Triple Negative, Invasive Mammary Carcinoma, grade 3

  46. Lisa Murray says:

    Grandmother & aunt had breast cancer I have had a precancerous lesion its time for a cure!

  47. My husband was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma last November, went through chemo and radiation, and then had a liver transplant on July 6 2018. Unfortunately he was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this Monday 10/22/18. All we can do is pray for healing. He is 46, and our girls are 7 and 10. We are praying.

  48. My daughter was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer a year ago. Total surprise as she had had 3D mammograms every year. Thanks to the quick response of her medical team, she is a 1 year survivor. Thankful she had genetic testing after her diagnosis. She has had a wonderful support group of women who have been there for her both on good and not so good days.

  49. Deborah Lane says:

    Cancer balloons through my family, my mother, sisters carol, betty, josie, billie, me. My grandson is going thru bone marrow, testing, liver biopsy etc. Keep fighting

  50. Leah Shumack says:

    I don’t have a story personally but one of my besties recently had her final surgery to officially be cancer free. I am entering for her.

  51. Teresa Kunberger says:

    My mother is in her battle i would love to support her more she is so strong

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