As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, DJO Global Inc announces it will donate 10% of all Exos Upper Extremity “PINK” products sold in October to the nonprofit organization Bright Pink.
“Many people have been impacted by breast cancer or ovarian cancer, either personally or by seeing loved ones confront the disease,” says Kevin Brothen, vice president of Marketing, Bracing and Supports at DJO Global, in a media release.
“Our company champions a proactive approach to health and wellness, and this campaign aligns with that philosophy. By increasing awareness about issues such as prevention and early detection, we can all help make a difference.”
Bright Pink focuses on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women ages 18 to 45.
The Exos wrist brace is designed to offer an adjustable, reformable, and waterproof solution for the treatment of fractures and other injuries requiring stabilization, per the company.
[Source(s): DJO Global Inc, Business Wire]