Free SVG ‘Find a Cure’ Cancer Cut File

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The old saying is, “When it rains, it pours”. Last week, this couldn’t have been more true. Long time Cutting for Business readers know that my father is both an avid blog reader and has been fighting cancer for two years. While prepping for Hurricane Irma last Saturday, my dad lost his battle with colon cancer. He passed away quietly in hospice care.

In memory of him, I’m sharing a commercial use cut file in support of finding a cure for cancer and other diseases. When cutting, you can choose your material color to support the cancer or disease of your choice. Here’s a list of commonly associated colors for various cancers.

Save the image below to Pinterest, then download the SVG below.

Free Commercial Use 'Find a Cure' Cancer SVG Cut File - For Silhouette Cameo, Portrait, Cricut, Maker - by

40 thoughts on “Free SVG ‘Find a Cure’ Cancer Cut File”

  1. I’m so very sorry for your family’s loss, Christine. I have a friend who is currently fighting colon cancer, two who are survivors, and another friend who lost their battle several years ago. I’ve also lost both parents and a brother to smoking-related cancers. It is well past time that the researchers discover a cure!

  2. So sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing a design that others can use to bring awareness to this disease that devastates so many. I’d use it for Adrenal Cancer, if I knew how to use my Cricut. 😉

  3. I am sorry for your loss. I am thankful that he passes peacefully. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts. Keep your memories close and family as they will be a great comfort.

  4. I am so sorry for the loss of your father. My husband was recently diagnosed with bladder cancer and we have many family and friends who are fighting the battle with various forms and stages of cancer and several who have lost. You are in my prayers.

  5. Thank you for the design. I loss my Mom in March 2017 to Colon Cancer. It was at stage 4 when they found it, she never had a colonoscopy. We had her for one year after the diagnosis. It is crucial that everyone have a colonoscopy. Get screened, I can’t say that enough.

  6. So sorry for your loss – it is never easy to lose a parent, no matter how old your are! Prayers for peace for you and your family! Melissa in South Carolina

  7. I am so sorry for your loss! I just finished treatment for colon cancer in February this year. My thoughts and prayers are going up just now for you and your family. I wish I could donate more.

  8. I just lost my mother to breast cancer, and father to lung cancer last month, so I feel your pain. God Bless you and your family.

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