Necklace for Lung Cancer Research | Lung Cancer Awareness Jewelry – Revive Jewelry

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Long Embrace Necklace for Lung Cancer Research

Regular price $88.00
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The Long Embrace Necklace helps you remember your loved ones by embracing you literally and figuratively. Feel the support of others battling, surviving, or honoring those with Lung Cancer.

Featuring an oval pendant with hand cut Lung Cancer cell image in resin paired with a sparkly gray Druzy Agate stone is inspired by all the stories of lives taken too soon by this disease.  This longer style adds sophistication to any outfit, but also reminds you of your loved ones everywhere you go.

For every sale of the Long Embrace Necklace, 10% is donated to the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer. Revive Jewelry partners with the GO2 Foundation to help save, extend, and improve the lives of those vulnerable, at risk, and diagnosed with lung cancer.

I USED THIS IMAGE TO CREATE THE LONG EMBRACE PENDANT. CAN YOU SEE WHERE IT COMES FROM?
black and white lung cancer cell image
REVIVE JEWELRY IS MORE THAN JUST JEWELRY; IT’S HOPE, STRENGTH, AWARENESS, CHARITY AND CURES. 

Details:

  • Available in Sterling Silver & 14K Gold Filled
  • 34” chain with toggle closure
  • Pendant measures: 3/8" x 1/2"
  • Stone: Gray Druzy Agate
  • Available in all 16 causes- specify in special instructions of cart
  • Handmade in Redondo Beach, CA 


Revive works with GO2 Foundation to change the reality of living with lung cancer by ending stigma, increasing public and private research funding, and ensuring access to care. To read more about GO2 Foundation, click here.


For matching earrings, click here.


Click here to shop the full Support Lung Cancer Research Collection. 



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