For a patient suffering from chronic disease, a day can make all the difference in the world. And their treatment can mean the difference between a good day and a bad one.
People who battle chronic disease live for the good days—the days when medication and treatments help them feel like themselves again. But there’s one day in particular we hope everyone will soon recognize.
We want to make July 10th National Chronic Disease Awareness Day.
We want to raise awareness about the hardships chronic disease patients and their loved ones endure. We want people to realize that, every day, chronic illness is costing Americans hundreds of millions in taxpayer dollars. We want everyone to know they can give patients a good day. However, it takes you to help make it all official.
Join the thousands of health professionals, educators, caregivers and chronic disease patients who agree that by simply increasing national awareness, we can dramatically reduce the number of chronic disease-related deaths and relieve much of the burdens caused by these debilitating illnesses.
CHRONIC DISEASES ARE TAKING THEIR TOLL BUT YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
You've taken the first step in bringing awareness to this national problem, but there is still more that can be done. Use your social networks to continue to spread the word of this national movement.
Sign our petition and help us make July 10th the official National Chronic Disease Awareness Day—a day that can help save lives.
What difference does a day make? It’s up to you.