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Monday, April 1, 2013

Calling All GenHope!


The weather is not quite the spring weather that we expected on the Northeast region, but spring is definitely here.  This means that World Pulmonary Hypertension Day is just around the corner on May 5.  I’m calling all young adults to take action this year and participate in this worldwide event.



Pulmonary Hypertension can affect anyone.  It doesn’t care about your age, sex, race, or even your social class.  That’s why we need to show the world what PH really looks like on World PH Day.  PH Association is organizing an online awareness event via Twitter, Facebook, email, blogs, etc.  So all you have to do is share a photo of yourself with the World Pulmonary Hypertension Day logo and a message you want everyone to hear about the impact of PH in your life.   Share information about PH and your own experience with it for the Online Awareness Day Event.

Let’s put a real face to an invisible disease this year!

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