CTAS & ADA merge to support diabetic patients in the workplace
Category: #health  By Sunil Hebbalkar  Date: 2019-08-01
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CTAS & ADA merge to support diabetic patients in the workplace
  • The union aims to develop ADA’s mission to cure diabetes and improve the lives of the people affected.
  • The entire cost of diagnosed diabetes in the US is projected to be USD 327 billion, claims the American Diabetes Association.

Cincinnati headquartered Cintas Corporation (CTAS), has reportedly announced uniting with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) to help people suffering from diabetes prosper in the workplace. It has been claimed that the newly formed collaboration is looking forward to abiding by the ADA’s mission to avoid and treat diabetes and to enhance the lives of people affected by it.

Mark Carter, the President and COO of First Aid and Safety division of CTAS was reportedly quoted stating that as a national supporter of ADA, the company is hoping involve, teach and spread awareness of the disease among the people and offer the support to people affected by it.

As per authentic sources, Cintas customers can now opt for appropriate products to include in their cabinets.

John J. Agos, the Chief Strategic Development Officer of American Diabetes Association reportedly stated that almost half of the adult population in the US is comprised of diabetics or prediabetics people which makes it necessary for the organization to meet them and provide hel[. John also commented that the company is excited to unite with Cintas and is currently looking forward to working together to decrease the rate of diabetes epidemic.

For the records, Cintas Corporation, based in Ohio, helps over more than 1 mn businesses of all domains by offering an extensive variety of products and services which improve the customers’ image and help keep their amenities and employees safe and looking their best.         

With a huge number of people getting affected by the disease almost every day, the ADA, which acts as the nation’s leading voluntary health organization, is constantly fighting to reduce the arch on the diabetes epidemic and help the people suffering from diabetes enhance their quality of living.

Source credit: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cintas-corporation-joins-american-diabetes-214500922.html



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