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I'm Sorry Your Lungs Tried To Kill You Card

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To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1,000 to the American Cancer Society every month.

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Lung cancer isn't funny, of course not but when someone is living with it, it can be nice to think of the funny side. In a sea of sympathy cards, I found this one the perfect match for my cousin.

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About I'm Sorry Your Lungs Tried To Kill You Card

Send love and support to a loved one who's fighting or healing from cancer with a humour greeting card.

  • Addresses cancer in a fun and lighthearted way
  • Blank inside to give you space to write your own message

The 'Bad Anatomy' Cancer Cards are based on the principle that 'laughter is the greatest medicine'. A new cancer diagnosis can feel horribly raw and even the most well-meaning of 'get well soon' cards isn't going to cut the mustard. There's no getting well soon from cancer, so help break the ice on a raw situation with a humorous, yet well-meaning greetings card.

Inspired by the artist's close experiences with cancer, this card cuts straight to the point. Blunt and directly honest, this card conveys everyone's real feelings on cancer in a fun and light-hearted way. 

Check out our whole range of cards for someone going through cancer:

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Cheeky cards for cancer patients

Cancer cards

Ingredients

  • Cards is printed on 350gsm bright white unlaminated card and comes with a manilla kraft envelope
  • Card is A6 dimension when folded

Customer Reviews

  1. A sense of normality

    Katy DavidsonMonday, 27 November 2017

    I bought this for a work mate who really appreciate the bluntness. She had received lots of sympathetic cards but she didn't want people to feel sorry for her. She said the card made her feel normal for a few minutes (which brought tears to my eyes)