Tracie Marie. A sea of pink ribbons, which pop up on social media and in stores, help to remind people that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But not everyone finds the ribbons moving, or even effective, in spreading the word and impacting those affected by breast cancer. One of those people — breast cancer survivor, Tracie Marie — recently shared her opinion on the infamous ribbons in multiple Facebook posts on the subject. Marie's initial post featured a shirtless photo of her with bottles of medication and a long caption on the issues she has seen with the rise of the pink ribbon.
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Lauder, who has died aged 75, created the pink ribbon campaign for breast cancer awareness with her friend Alexandra Penney, the former editor-in-chief of Self magazine, in The campaign started small, with Lauder and her husband, Leonard, largely financing the little bows given to women at department store makeup counters to remind them about breast examinations. Lauder died on Saturday at her Manhattan home from complications of non-genetic ovarian cancer. Just last month, she reminisced about the early days of the breast cancer campaign. When it launched, it was so little known that some people thought it symbolised Aids awareness.
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October is breast cancer awareness month, which aims to highlight the importance of research into the condition and fundraising to help make it happen. The pink ribbon has been an international symbol of breast cancer for years - here is all the information you need to know about the ribbon and the campaign. In , she created ribbons by hand in her dining room, that came with messages encouraging Americans to put pressure on the National Cancer Institute to put more money into prevention. Alexandra Penney, then editor in chief of Self, and Evelyn Lauder, senior vice president of cosmetics company Estee Lauder, saw the marketing potential in linking a ribbon to breast cancer. Charlotte refused to work with them as they were too commercial, but after legal advice, the two women used pink ribbons instead and the idea quickly spread, becoming the international symbol we know today.
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The ribbon has been the universal symbol of awareness and support since when Penney Laingen, wife of one of the men held prisoners during the Iran hostage crisis, decided to use a yellow ribbon to show support for her husband and the other hostages. Its history goes back much further: it is mentioned in five-hundred-year-old poems, in military marches and in folk songs, even in films. But Penney Laingen used it for first time publicly as a silent voice of support. A decade later, the activist art group Visual AIDS turned the ribbon bright red, looped it, spruced it up and sent it onto the national stage during the Tony Awards, pinned to the chest of actor Jeremy Irons.