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No Need to Sacrifice Form for Function with Lauren's Hope Line of Medical ID Bracelets

Jun 12, 2008

Inspired by Lauren Philips, an active 12-year-old with diabetes who hated to wear her medical ID because it was ugly, Lauren's Hope brings style and options to medical IDs in a new way.

Having a health issue that requires precautions shouldn't mean the world has to know about it. Your health matters are private, but in times of a car accident or other emergency, they must be made public. “Lauren’s Hope” is a line of contemporary, interchangeable medical ID bracelets for anyone living with a health ailment or undergoing medical treatment that calls for an ID to be worn at all times.

Inspired by Lauren Philips, an active 12-year-old with diabetes who hated to wear her medical ID because it was ugly, Lauren's Hope brings style and options to medical IDs in a new way.

At www.LaurensHope.com, you can find gorgeous bracelets that are crafted with the finest materials. Designs are available for men, women and children in 14K gold, sterling silver, crystals, pearls, beaded leather, cloth, stones and charms. There’s something for everyone!

Lauren's Hope is proud to donate a portion of their profits to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. To date, Lauren's Hope has donated over $75,000.


Categories: Diabetes, Diabetes, Medical ID Jewelry



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