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Pharos Innovations Joins Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease
Date:11/25/2008

chronic disease and potential solutions for individuals and communities

-- Mobilize Americans to call for change in how governments, employers, and health institutions approach chronic disease

-- Challenge policymakers on the health policy changes that are necessary to effectively fight chronic disease

Currently, more than 80 advisory board members and partner organizations from across the country have joined the PFCD.

For more information on the partnership, please visit: http://www.fightchronicdisease.org. For more information about Pharos Innovations, please contact Bonni Kaplan, senior director of marketing and communications at Pharos Innovations, at (847) 790-7649 or bkaplan@pharosinnovations.com.

     Contact:  Bonni L. Kaplan
               Pharos Innovations
               847-790-7649
               bkaplan@pharosinnovations.com

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