I want to submit this question to bring awareness of one of many cancers. This cancer affects so many from babies, adolescents and adults of all ages. I became aware of this on a personal basis. My youngest brother only 44 yrs. old, lost his battle on Dec. 6, 2015.

It is estimated there are 13, 190 people who die each year from head & neck cancer. Although each case varies, patients may live 5 years depending on when they are diagnosed.

Also, there are different cancers out there we should be aware of. All of these have a different ribbon color. We're familiar with a pink ribbon for breast cancer. There's a white ribbon for lung cancer. And sadly so many more.

More Info: en.wikipedia.org