Cancer is often portrayed as a black-and-white disease that requires little or no treatment, but new research shows that purple cancer ribbons could signal a change in your outlook.
According to a study published by the journal PLOS ONE, researchers found that people who received purple ribbons had a higher than expected risk of developing cancer.
For the study, researchers surveyed 1,700 people who were diagnosed with breast cancer between 2004 and 2016 and followed them for six years.
They found that patients who received cancer ribands had a 40 percent higher risk of dying than those who didn’t.
This means that, for those who received the purple ribbings, they were 40 percent more likely to die of cancer than those patients who did not.
These findings could be a boon to people who struggle with cancer, like cancer survivors, those battling multiple types of cancer and those who are just looking for a simple way to get on with their lives.
It may sound like a strange choice, but there’s a reason why the purple ribbon is so popular among cancer patients.
People who have cancer often experience a lot of anxiety and worry about how they’re going to cope with their cancer diagnosis.
And if you’re not getting the help you need, you’re at risk of relapse.
According the study’s lead author, Rachel L. Johnson, a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Arizona, these worries are why purple ribbon treatments are so popular.
The researchers found a strong correlation between people’s overall comfort with their health and the amount of time they spent with a purple ribbon.
They also found that purple ribbed patients were significantly more likely than the control group to feel that they have a high chance of survival.
For some people, these purple ribberies can have a dramatic effect.
For example, the purple ones that were placed in the top two spots on the Cancer Moonshot ribbon in 2017, for example, were also the top four most popular ribbon recipients.
However, if you have cancer and are feeling a little overwhelmed, these ribbons can help ease your mind and calm you down.
They’re also a great way to show off your support network, which will make you feel less alone in your time of crisis.
“It’s a wonderful symbol for showing support, and for expressing your gratitude,” Johnson said.
“If you’re feeling stressed, or if you are worried about your cancer prognosis, you can use these ribbins to remind you to breathe.
These ribbons remind you that you are not alone, that there are many people who are looking out for you, and that you have support.”