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`Free Epub ↵ Pink Ribbon Blues ☛ Medical sociologist Gayle A Sulik reveals the hidden costs of the pink ribbon as an industry, one in which breast cancer functions as a brand name with a pink ribbon logo Based on historical and ethnographic research, analysis of awareness campaigns and advertisements, and hundreds of interviews, Pink Ribbon Blues shows that while millions walk, run, and purchase products for a cure, cancer rates continue to rise, industry thrives, and breast cancer is stigmatized anew for those who reject the pink ribbon model Even as Sulik points out the flaws of pink ribbon culture , she outlines the positives and offers alternatives The paperback edition includes a new Introduction investigating recent funding controversies and a color insert with images of, and reactions to, the pinking of breast cancer Anti Cancer Research, Jan Pink ribbon paraphernalia saturate shopping malls, billboards, magazines, television, and other venues, all in the name of breast cancer awareness In this compelling and provocative work, Gayle A Sulik shows that although pink ribbon culture has brought breast cancer advocacy much attention, it has not had the desired effect of improving women s health It may, in fact, have done the opposite Based on eight years of research, analysis of advertisements and breast cancer awareness campaigns, and hundreds of interviews with those affected by the disease, Pink Ribbon Blues highlights the hidden costs of the pink ribbon as an industry, one in which breast cancer has become merely a brand name with a pink ribbon logo Indeed, while survivors and supporters walk, run, and purchase pink products for a cure, cancer rates rise, the industry thrives, and breast cancer is stigmatized anew for those who reject the cheerful, pink ribbon model Even as Sulik points out the flaws of this system, she outlines alternatives and presents a new agenda for the future The paperback edition includes a new prologue on the recent developments in breast cancer culture involving Susan G Komen for the Cure as well as a new four page color insert with images of pink culture and compelling reactions to its messaging