THRIVE ICON

The Thrive Icon has a very special meaning. It is a constant reminder of where we have been, and where we are now. It also holds us accountable to the commitment we made to ourselves to never ever give up on our dreams! Being a survivor does not define us, being a Thriver does!

Thrive Icon
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    The Green accent bow represents rebirth, renewal, a new beginning, hope and for me Jesus Christ. It is on top because it covers over everything else. It is the one color on the icon that never changes.

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    The ‘C’ is for cancer and the color represents the type of cancer you were diagnosed with. I was diagnosed with brain cancer and grey is the ribbon color for Brain Cancer.

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    The number is the length of your treatment. It can be measured is days, weeks, months, or years.  48 represents 48 days of radiation followed by 48 weeks of chemotherapy, the duration of my treatment.

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    The bottom accent bow can be the secondary ribbon color of your cancer, or a color that represents something  close to your heart. For myself the Gold bow represents a secondary ribbon, the Gold ribbon of childhood cancer

This Thrive Icon is trademarked and can be individualized to any cancer thriver

Product 48

$12.00 / year with 1 year free trial and a $48.00 sign-up fee

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Description

Your $12.00 annual membership fee gives you access to the community, and will be donated to the cause. If you choose to cancel your annual membership this will not cancel the validity of your designed icon.

 

Additional information

What is your Main "C" color?

All Cancers – Light Purple (Lavender), Appendix Cancer – Amber, Bile Duct Cancer – Green (February), Bladder Cancer – Yellow (May), Bone Cancer – Yellow, Bone Marrow Transplant – Green, Brain Cancer – Gray (May), Breast Cancer (Women) – Pink (Hot Pink for Inflammatory Breast Cancer, Teal, and Pink for Hereditary Breast Cancer, Teal and Pink for Breast and Gynecologic Cancers Together), Breast Cancer (Men) – Light Baby Pink and Baby Blue (October), Cancer Survivor – Purple, Carcinoid Syndrome – Black and White (Zebra-Striped) (November), Caregiver – Lavender, Cervical Cancer – Teal and White (January), Childhood Cancer – Gold (September), Cholangiocarcinoma – Yellow, Chondrosarcoma – Yellow, Colon Cancer – Blue or Brown (March), Colorectal Cancer – Blue or Brown (March), Endometrial Cancer – Peach, Esophageal Cancer – Light Purple (periwinkle) (April), Ewing's Sarcoma – Yellow, Gallbladder Cancer – Yellow (February), Gastric Cancer – Periwinkle Blue, Glioblastoma – Gray, Gynecological Cancer – Teal, Head and Neck Cancer – Burgundy and Ivory or Red and White (April), Hodgkin’s Lymphoma – Violet (September), Kidney Cancer (Renal Cell Carcinoma) – Green or Orange (March), Laryngeal Cancer – Burgundy and White, Leiomyosarcoma – Purple, Leukemia – Orange (September), Leukemia and Lymphoma Together – Red/White/Red Stripes (September), Liver Cancer – Emerald or Jade Green (October), Living (Coping) with Cancer – Blue and Silver, Lung Cancer – Pearl, Clear, or White (November), Lymphedema – Light Blue, Lymphoma (Non-Hodgkins) – Lime Green (September), Melanoma – Black (May), Mesothelioma – Pearl, Myeloma – Burgundy (March), Myeloproliferative Diseases – Orange and Red, Neuroendocrine Cancers – Black and White (Zebra), Oral Cancer – Burgundy and White or Red and White, Osteosarcoma – Yellow, Ovarian Cancer – Teal (September), Pancreatic Cancer – Purple (November), Pharyngeal Cancer – Burgundy and White, Prostate Cancer – Light Blue (September), Rare Diseases (Including Rare Cancers) – Black and White (Zebra), Rectal Cancer – Blue (March), Retinoblastoma – White, Sarcoma – Yellow (July), Skin Cancer – Orange (with a sun) (May), Skin Cancer (Squamous Cell Carcinoma) – Red and White (May), Small Intestine Cancer – Periwinkle blue, Stomach Cancer – Periwinkle blue (November), Testicular Cancer – Purple (Orchid or Violet) (April), Throat Cancer – Burgundy and White, Thyroid Cancer – Blue/Pink-Purple/Teal (tricolored) (September), Uterine Cancer – Peach or Teal (September), Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia – Pearl

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