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Sporting Celebrities Wear it Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

 

Sporting heroes are showing their support for breast cancer research and awareness with Bioflow, the leading manufacturer of magnetic therapy products worldwide, and its dedicated Pink Ribbon Foundation Sport Flex Magnetic Therapy wristband.

England Cricket legend Jonny Bairstow is among those who will proudly Wear it Pink on the 18 October 2019 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Join Jonny Bairstow, professional golfers Lee Westwood and Lucas Herbert and bowls professional, Alex Marshall in supporting Wear it Pink Day and be a part of the thousands of people brought together to raise money and help make life-saving breast cancer research happen. The Pink Ribbon wristband retails at £30 with Bioflow committing 10% of all the sales to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

Jonny Bairstow, England Cricketer, said.

“I’m very proud to be supporting Bioflow’s partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation. They play a hugely important part in increasing breast cancer awareness, as well as supporting those affected by a cause that sadly resonates with so many of us.”

Bioflow recently announced its two year fundraising partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Money raised by the sales of the band will support further investment into important care and support for breast cancer patients, their families, carers and all affected by the 12,000 women’s lives breast cancer claims a year. For those looking to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Bioflow's Pink Ribbon wristband is available on line at www.bioflow.com/uk

Bioflow’s Central Reverse Polarity Field technology is a multi-directional force of magnetism within the Bioflow Sports Flex Wristband. When blood passes under this, Bioflow’s magnetic technology stimulates and energises cells, encouraging blood flow and cellular activity within in the body to promote regeneration and repair.

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