On May 15, the Gujarat Titans will play their final home game of the Indian Premier League and will wear lavender jerseys in the match to support the fight against cancer. The project intends to draw attention to the problem of cancer, which is still a major cause of sickness and mortality in India and throughout the world.
The Hardik Pandya-led team’s final IPL home game will take place against Sunrisers Hyderabad at this famous Narendra Modi Stadium.
According to a press release, the colour lavender, which represents all cancer kinds, acts as a potent reminder of the numerous lives that this terrible disease has afflicted.
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Gujarat Titans’ decision to wear lavender jerseys is part of their effort to spread awareness of the value of early detection and prevention, as well as the critical part that lifestyle modifications can play in the fight against cancer.
Gujarat Titans to wear Lavender Coloured Kits to support the fight against Cancer during their last home game. [PTI]
Nice gesture by Gujarat management. pic.twitter.com/3gHciAbobJ
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The Gujarat Titans want to encourage individuals via this campaign to learn more about cancer prevention, the essential lifestyle adjustments, and routine screening for early diagnosis that may greatly lower the chance of contracting the disease.
On this, Gujarat Titans captain Hardik Pandya said “Cancer is a battle fought by millions in India and around the world, and as a team, we feel responsible towards raising awareness about this deadly disease”.
“We demonstrate our support for cancer patients, survivors, and their families by donning lavender jerseys. We aspire for our activities to encourage others to adopt preventive measures and offer assistance to those engaged in this conflict” Pandya added.