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Every July, the country recognizes Chronic Disease Month and the progress made by and for patients. This is a key time to amplify the experiences of those living with chronic disease and recommit to advocating for patient-centered policymaking.

Our Chronic University this month will feature representatives from various levels of government, who will speak about the many ways public policy benefits from patient perspectives, when and how patients can be involved in the policymaking process and provide examples of patient-centered legislation at the state and federal level.

Most importantly, this is your opportunity to share your story with key elected officials.