Most folks who are undergoing chemotherapy are well aware of how cranky it can make a person. The cocktail of drugs is not for the weak -- this shirt was designed for Susan who is a real trooper, but even she will admit, she was very cranky! All proceeds from the purchase of this shirt go directly to Leiomyosarcoma research. Note: Please check sizing chart when ordering women shirts, the sizes run small.
Tags: chemo, cancer-research, leiomyosarcoma, sarcoma-cancers
Don't allow yourself to be given a label, defy that box or label. All proceeds from the purchase of this shirt go directly to Leiomyosarcoma research. Note: Please check sizing chart when ordering women shirts, the sizes run small.
Tags: cancer-research, leiomyosarcoma, sarcoma-cancers, rare-cancers
In the early days of AIDS, Bobbie Campbell became a well-known activist. First, wearing a homemade silkscreened shirt which read, “KS Poster Boy”. Later, after the term AIDS (for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) was coined, he had a new shirt made. This is my replica of his shirt.
Tags: kaposi-sarcoma, gay-cancer, grid, gay-related-immunodeficiency, acquired-immune-deficiency-syndrome
It doesn't matter what cancer you have: Having it means hating it. And hating cancer means living every day with the determination to survive it, however that looks in your very unique and complicated case. In this design, the "T" is yellow/gold, indicating an awareness for bone cancer, sarcoma, and childhood cancer.
Tags: cancer-support, fuck-cancer, hate-cancer, cancer-awareness, childhood-cancer