In preparation for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Phillip J. Milano, Life Editor at The Florida Times-Union, poses a few interesting questions to those touched by breast cancer. This could be a chance to express yourself or help others express themselves in a way that might be cathartic. Maximum 400 words; deadline 9-14-10.
Here is the link along with the brief article.
If you had the chance to tell a loved one battling breast cancer how you feel about them and their challenge, what would you say? If you’re a breast cancer patient, what would you reveal to your loved ones about what they (and your cancer) mean to you? Or, what might you have said to a loved one who lost a battle with breast cancer?
For upcoming coverage related to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re asking readers to send us the letter they would write. We’ll publish the most compelling submissions in print and online.
Please send your letter of 400 words or less by Tuesday, Sept. 14, to Life Editor Phillip J. Milano, at email@example.com, or mail to him at The Florida Times-Union, P.O. Box 1949, Jacksonville, FL 32231. Make sure to include contact information.
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