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Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month. Approximately 13,000 women develop this cancer each year. It is the fourth most common cancer affecting women in the United States today. It is almost always preventable with proper screening and vaccination. As with any type of cancer awareness, early detection is key. Wear your teal to support this cause. Continue reading to see how you can turn delectable chocolates into money for a cause.

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Help Fight Cervical Cancer

The number one cause of cervical cancer is HPV or Human Papillomavirus Virus. The screening for this type of cancer includes routine Pap and HPV tests.  These tests can usually detect abnormal cells before cancer actually develops. In order to prevent and help fight this disease, it is very important to spread awareness and encourage all the women in your life to be examined. It could save the life of someone you love!

Chocolates For A Cause

Do you want to raise money for cancer awareness? Translucent Chocolates can handle your orders of most sizes. It’s easy, volunteer for a local event or you could even create one. Whenever you choose your cause or if you already have an event in the making, we can coordinate the chocolate colors to match your cause. Our chocolates are delicious and a uniquely wrapped. They provide a great way to raise money for your cause. If you have interest in partnering with us for a cause, please contact us. The American Cancer Society frequently partners with Translucent Chocolates for various causes. Stay tuned to our blog for future events. For more information on volunteering or creating an event please visit the American Cancer Society website.

More About Our Causes

Would you like to read more about what we do? Check out our blog about Strides Against Breast Cancer and how Transculent Chocolates teamed up with the ACS to help raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer patients.




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