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CINDY KRISCHER GOODMAN - October 2014
This week, brought a different journalistic approach to the work and cancer lens. The Miami Herald interviewed families and caregivers of breast cancer survivors about how getting their businesses and employees involved in fundraising and awareness raising helps them cope as loved-ones battle the illness.
The article explains that during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, many business take steps to fight breast cancer, from asking employees to wear pink to fundraising for research. But for many with loved-ones battling receiving treatment, these actions go beyond simply raising money and awareness: "For spouses and family members of breast cancer patients, these are a way to ease heartache or show solidarity. Some small-business owners gain emotional support from signing up employees for local Race for the Cure teams."
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Original source: www.miamiherald.com