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  • vince
    September 15, 2023
    Great shirt, I received on with a collar. I have bladder cancer and we fight to eradicate the germs. Keep up the fight and have a great day.
  • Debbie
    September 13, 2023
    The shirt has received many compliments. The shirt itself so so soft. I feel like I am being hugged by a loved one
  • Martin Gobbi
    September 12, 2023
    Enjoy wearing the t-shirt and love the bright orange colour
  • John Lyons
    September 11, 2023
    Great quality and comfortable. I ordered orange because it represents the type of cancer I have.
  • Scott
    September 5, 2023
    Good quality shirt - needed some orange for October!
  • John
    August 29, 2023
    Love the orange. SHirt fits true to size.
  • Daniel Stacey
    July 21, 2023
    Great color and fit1 So proud to wear! Many thanks!!
  • Gale F Harris
    January 17, 2023
    I love this orange color and it fits well. When I wear it, it brings awareness to me about cancer and to others that sees it.
  • Michele
    September 21, 2019
    Great color and fit.
  • Tom R.
    August 11, 2019
    Great looking shirt. Great fit. Very comfortable. I'm glad I can support the cause and look good.
  • Kay Carney Hill
    July 7, 2019
    Ordered orange Stand Up to Cancer T-shirt, wrist bands and yoga mat. Have never done yoga, I hope it is more "fun" than Ta Chi (my husband and I tried this ten years ago to spend more time together and we never stopped hurting from the VERY SLOW movements until we signed out - I am sure I have spelled TC wrong - sorry). I have only had my shirt a short time but have had a number of comments, including people who thought STAND UP TO CANCER necessarily meant cancer SURVIVOR, which it could. I am not a cancer survivor but have lost MOM, DAD, 41 year old son in law and his Mom, and many other relatives and friends to this AWFUL DISEASE. I used to work for the National Cancer Institute (part of NIH) in Bethesda/Washington DC Natural Products Division in 1968 - keep supporting reputable cancer fighting organizations like STAND UP TO CANCER so we can try to win. In 1968 I was sure we would have figured out how to save more people by 2019. That's a LONG time. I wish Joe Biden COULD keep this promise for an end to cancer !!