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Health Ministry goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

02 Novembre 2017

The leading Tacoma temp agency also offered informational pamphlets provided by a local business about breast cancer awareness and early detection to their staff and job seekers.

BUILDERS ditched their usual rough tough safety gear for pink attire to raise awareness of breast cancer.

Jan Schwenger, owner of Express Employment Professionals of Tacoma W.A. shared her reasoning behind acknowledging Pink Friday. According to the American Cancer Society, Louisiana has one of the highest cancer mortality rates in the nation.

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"We took part in the fantastic campaign to supporting those suffering with breast cancer and hopefully do our bit towards raising awareness".

Simon-Hart explained that many people remain helpless after they have been diagnosed of cancer not knowing who to seek help from, adding that there are about two million cancer patients in Nigeria who believe there is no option left but death.

In an effort to inform and encourage early detection to staff and job seekers Express Employment Professionals appreciated the opportunity to hold this event for their local community.

Health Ministry goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness