'Do It For Dad' walk raises cancer awareness
|The proud walkers.|
This morning, Sunday, Father's Day, the Zero the End of Prostate Cancer Miami Chapter, gathered friends to take a symbolic 3.9 miles walk to initiate the "Do It For Dad" campaign.
The walk started at Kennedy Park and headed to Peacock Park, and then went around the Center Grove. It finished with a bagel and champagne breakfast sponsored by Maria Freed and Suzanne Schlernitzauer, both ZERO Champions in Miami.
The ZERO organization raises awareness, advances research, provides education, and offers financial assistance for medications and co-pays for those battling prostate cancer. The mission is to one day have ZERO men die from prostate cancer.
Learn more about this effort at zerocancer.org
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