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February 25, 2005 Former Falcon Gary Burley & Councilmember H. Lamar Willis Support Unprecedented Collaboration To Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Disparities in Atlanta

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 25, 2005 Contact: Cleve Mesidor (202) 223-7560 Former Falcon Gary Burley & Councilmember H. Lamar Willis Support Unprecedented Collaboration To Reduce Cardiovascular Disease Disparities in Atlanta Foundation Launches Healthy Heart Campaign to Tackle Disparities ATLANTA, GA (February 25, 2005) – Today Councilmember H. Lamar Willis and former Atlanta Falcon Gary […]

February 24, 2005 Former Dallas Cowboy Rayfield Wright, Hall Of Famer Abner Haynes, Sr. & City Councilman Ed Oakley Support Healthy Heart Campaign in Dallas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 24, 2005 Contact: Cleve Mesidor (202) 223-7560 FORMER DALLAS COWBOY RAYFIELD WRIGHT, HALL OF FAMER ABNER HAYNES, SR. & CITY COUNCILMAN ED OAKLEY SUPPORT HEALTHY HEART CAMPAIGN IN DALLAS Foundation Launches Healthy Heart Campaign to Tackle Disparities Dallas, TX (February 24, 2005) – To tackle cardiovascular disease disparities in Dallas, National […]

February 8, 2005: Congressional Alliance with Speaker Gingrich and U.S. Reps. Deutsch to Tackle Minority Health Disparities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  February 8, 2005 Contact: Cleve Mesidor (202) 223-7560 CONGRESSIONAL ALLIANCE WITH SPEAKER GINGRICH AND U.S. REPS. DEUTSCH TO TACKLE MINORITY HEALTH DISPARITIES  Foundation to Implement Interventions in Congressional Districts Washington, D.C. (February 8, 2005) In collaboration with Newt Gingrich, Former U.S. Speaker of the House and Founder of the Center for Health […]

Groups Urge Select Committee to Fight Medicare Fraud First

Organizations Representing Millions of Seniors, Minorities, Patients and Veterans Urge Congress to Fight Medicare Fraud First Before Considering Harmful Proposals to Beneficiaries WASHINGTON, DC: The National Minority Quality Forum (the Forum) joined with twenty-three organizations representing seniors, minority Americans, persons with disabilities, military veterans, and the chronically ill to express the urgent need for Congress to […]