Week #143: And Then There Was SWAG!

Deadpool Sticker
Designed by redbaron_ict

Hi Friends,

Even before I got sick, I’d always been weary of (and frankly saddened by) the drabness of many of the hospital environments I’d visited. Once I was diagnosed, understanding I’d soon be going to hospitals and cancer centers like a fitness nut goes to the gym, I feared these places might suck the life out of me even before I got down to the real business of cancer-fighting. So, I decided very early on I’d do my best to bring some brightness, humor, positive spirit, confidence, and strength, along with me anywhere and everywhere I could!

Now, nearly 3 years into my time on cancer mountain, I’ve organized a collection of inspiring, supportive, and fun cancer-related swag that might be of similar help to other cancer wrestlers everywhere. Take a look by following the shop link below and tell a friend. All the designs you see here are available on a wide range of products including shirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, stickers, pins, and face masks.

We hope we have something to help you brighten the spirits of cancer-fighters close to you. Worth a mention: every transaction on the Team Crafty / TeePublic site, supports an independent artist and generates a donation to Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation.

Keep rollin’,

Shop Link = http://tee.pub/lic/CU8UqGJwz1Y

T-Shirts | Hoodies | Masks | Mugs | Pillows
Phone Cases | Laptop Cases | Totes | Wall Art | Magnets | Stickers | Pins … and more

Featured designs:

Do the right thing. Wear a Mask!
Get Your Rear In Gear!
Deadpool, our Stage IV Superhero.
Heroes and Warriors.

Shop Link = http://tee.pub/lic/CU8UqGJwz1Y

*Team Crafty donates 100% of its TeePublic affiliate commissions (11% of every sale) to Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation. When you buy Team Crafty swag, you are supporting independent artists and worldwide cancer research.

Published by Mark Crafts

I am a Stage IV cancer survivor with a very hopeful and amazing story. Surgery, chemo, radiation … I’ve have been through it all during 44+ months of treatment. Now, I am a UCSF clinical trial patient loaded with “Terminator” T-cells which may provide a major breakthrough for colorectal, colon, liver, lung, and head & neck cancers. Amazing things are always possible!

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