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The United States Can Reduce Socioeconomic Disparities By Focusing On Chronic Diseases
Depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses affect millions of Americans each year. People living with mental illness face many barriers to improving their health, including overcoming stigma, finding an available...
In 2014, 60 percent of Americans had at least one chronic condition, and 42 percent had multiple chronic conditions. These proportions have held steady since 2008. Americans with chronic conditions utilize more...
Burden of Mental Illnesses in the US   Model implementation plan for anxiety, Alzheimer’s, bipolar and schizophrenia   Read More
New study finds patients and their families are concerned about health care.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jennifer Burke(301) 801-9847Jennifer.Burke@fightchronicdisease.orgEncouraging Decline in Rate of Diabetes Diagnosis in U.S. Calls for Continued Efforts in Fight Against Chronic...
PFCD chief patient advocate Larry Hausner writes in The Buffalo News about candidates need to start talking about the real challenge in our health care system: chronic disease. He writes, “Winning the fight against...
Science and technology continue to bring about incredible advances in health care. These advances not only help improve the lives of patients, but that in turn has a great impact on society. PFCD Chairman Ken Thorpe...