Episode Six

Melissa Marshall is proud to present the newest addition to the No You Cant'cer Foundation, Melissa Marshall's Bag of Tricks and Ostomy Tips! Every Tuesday, Melissa will be back to introduce you to an all-new ostomy product, or accessory, and tell you where to get it. She will highlight products you may already have, some imported from other countries, and a few little items that you may have never thought to include in your own ostomy regimen. 

In this weeks episode, just in time for the holidays, Melissa first introduces her song, No You Cant'cer and the inspiration behind writing it. The original song, written as a ballad, sounds as if Melissa is singing about a guy who did her wrong. But, that guy is truly cancer, something everyone warned her about, but she didn't think would come to her. When she first penned the lyrics, after her ostomy surgery, she thought she'd never be able to sing them. But as Melissa healed, so did her resolve to share her message with the world. As an added bonus, the song was also recorded in a dance version. Both versions are available to download HERE.
Melissa then introduced all five of her No You Cant'cer butterfly support ribbon necklaces. They were modeled after her personal necklace and she has had a hand in designing each aspect of this jewelry. She was inspired to mass produce them after numerous people expressed interest in having on of their own. For now, there are only five available colors, but Melissa plans to expand to more in the future, the first colors on her list being yellow and orange. Lean more and shop now HERE.
Blue: The original color, stands for colorectal cancer, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, addiction recovery, Huntington's disease, restless leg syndrome, Usher syndrome, Erb's palsy, alopecia, foster care, colitis, Crohn's, Krabbe disease, and many others. 
Pink: This color stands for breast cancer, breast reconstructive surgery, birth parents, and nursing mothers.

Teal: This color stands for gynecological cancers (ovarian, uterine, cervical, vulvar) hepatitis, addiction recovery, bone tumors, anxiety disorders, fragile x syndrome, agoraphobia, food allergies, panic disorders, OCD, sexual assault, Tourette's, PTSD, recal cell carcinoma, among numerous others.
Opal: This color stands for head, neck, and lung cancers, paralysis, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, blindness, done disease, mesothelioma, invisible illnesses, gay teen suicides, PPD, dating violence, among many others.
Lavender: This color stands for all cancers, colitis, cystic fibrosis, ADD, ADHD, thyroid cancer, epilepsy, Rett syndrome, gynecological cancers, gastric cancer, IBS, testicular cancer, eating disorders, Trisomy 18, Alzheimer's, Lupus, and numerous others.
All necklaces come encased with the No You Cant'cer CD and all proceeds go to It's in the Bag and colorectal and ostomy education. And, as a side note, it's not too late to order a No You Cant'cer Butterfly necklace now to give to someone special this holiday season, or as a new little something to add to your own collection. Please visit the No You Cant'cer store HERE and see if we have something that's right for you! You can also make an order by calling (609)464-4647.

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Email: Noyoucantcer.Melissa@aol  
Phone: (609) 464-4647

1 comment

  • Brenda kellam

    Brenda kellam Phila

    What a beautiful encouraging story .I do plan to get one real soon my 43 yr old cuz just buired she had a rare breast cancer.for two yrs. Give the boys my love and take care of yourself hope to see you soon oneday. L ove you much !!!

    What a beautiful encouraging story .I do plan to get one real soon my 43 yr old cuz just buired she had a rare breast cancer.for two yrs. Give the boys my love and take care of yourself hope to see you soon oneday. L ove you much !!!

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