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How will you fight the rise of chronic illness?
March 23, 2016  The Gazette  By: Jim Henter   Many political analysts are describing this year’s election as a crossroads moment. You can make a case that this is true on a number of issues, from the Supreme Court to foreign policy to the environment. It’s important
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Mar 23,2016
Adverse effects of chronic disease ripple through economy
March 23, 2016 The Business Record  By: Business Record Staff   America's health care spending cannot be addressed without giving serious attention to chronic disease and its impact on our entire population and the economy, according to a new white paper released today by the
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Mar 23,2016
The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic in Florida
The state of chronic disease in Florida and what opportunities lead to better health. Click here to read PFCD's Florida White Paper. 
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Mar 22,2016
Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic Must Rank Higher on Political Agenda
For Immediate Release   Opportunities for health care improvement and savings abound for next president   PFCD Outlines Opportunities for Health Care Improvement and Savings for Next President, Answering Call from More than 55,000 Americans and Nearly 100 Economists 
Press release
Mar 22,2016
Outmaneuvering cancer
THE HILL March 16, 2016, 03:00 pm By Helen Durkin   You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who doesn’t tense up when they hear the word “cancer,” or have some other visceral response to it. It’s one of the few stand-alone words in the English language
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Mar 22,2016
The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic in Wisconsin
The state of chronic disease in Wisconsin and what opportunities lead to better health. Click here to read PFCD's Wisconsin White Paper. 
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Mar 22,2016
The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic in Nevada
The state of chronic disease in Nevada and what opportunities lead to better health. Click here to read PFCD's Nevada White Paper. 
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Mar 22,2016
The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic in Iowa
The state of chronic disease in Iowa and what opportunities lead to better health. Click here to read PFCD's Iowa White Paper. 
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Mar 22,2016
The Costly Chronic Disease Epidemic
The state of chronic disease in America and what opportunities lead to better health.  Click here to read PFCD's National White Paper.
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Mar 22,2016
The Doctor is In: Chronic disease
March 17, 2016 WSAW By: Sean Caldwell    Chronic disease is the number one cause of death and disability in America and the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD) is looking to the presidential candidates to discuss how they would tackle the issue.   Click here to the full
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Mar 17,2016

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