By Susan C. Delk - Managing Editor
Published on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 8:43am |
Susan C. Delk - Managing Editor
Now, six years later, we stand as a company, spreading the messages of hope each October.
There are profiles on survivors, articles on breast cancer research and the development of new treatments and therapies. There are articles on what our neighbors across the county and across the world are doing to help fight this disease. There are also pages to remember those who have lost the fight.
Across Morris Communications and Morris Publishing Group, the message is the same, we are asking you to help us end this terrible disease.
Breast cancer affects every race of women and can also affect men. Breast cancer doesn't care how old you are, how much money you have or what you do for a living. It doesn't care if you have a large family or if you are flying solo. It doesn't care if you will be the first in your family or the twentieth. But we care. We care that today, and throughout the years, we make strides to end this killer's advance into so many families.
Mothers, daughter, sisters, grandmothers, aunts, cousins or friends, every one knows someone who has battled cancer and more often than not, it's breast cancer.
Not one of us alone can end this disease, but together we can work to stop it in its tracks.
Our retired, former executive vice president for Morris Communications and Morris Pubishing James C. "Jim" Currow knows all too well the fight many are going through - his wife fought this disease. It was his vision we bring to life in pink each October, raising awareness and funds.
Come walk through our PINK pages and find stories of hope and inspiration as we take one more step in the fight against breast cancer.
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