Help influence federal policy and make a difference in the lives of the millions of women and girls affected by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Join us as we urge Congress to increase support for PCOS research and policies that not only speed the development of new treatments, but also ensure that women and girls with PCOS have timely access to the care they need and deserve.
ADVOCACY DAY GOAL
Our primary goal for this year’s advocacy day is to ensure the federal government is investing adequate resources to accomplish the following: to understand the breadth and depth of the impact of PCOS affecting 10-15% of women in the U.S.; to make PCOS research a priority to improve treatments and to find a cure; and to support all those affected with PCOS with appropriate resources and programs.
Members of Congress want to hear from their constituents. The participation of the PCOS patient, scientific, medical and research communities in our 2020 Advocacy Day is critical to demonstrating that increased focus on biomedical research and PCOS programs are needed to have a real impact on the people in their home states and throughout the country. We need your voice to amplify our message!
Congress wants to hear from you.
Join us and help make a difference in the lives of millions of people affected by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
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PCOS Advocacy Day 2020 ScheduleLocation: 224 2nd St SE, Washington, DC 20003
Moderator: Sasha Ottey
Panelists: Martha Cramer (Rep. Blumenauer, D-OR-3) and Charlotte Pineda (Rep. Marshall, R-KS-1)
How to Conduct a Meeting and Tell Your Story
The Debrief timeframe is 4:00-6:00 PM. When you arrive for the Debrief will depend on the time of your last meeting. If you have to leave early to catch a flight, you are welcome to leave as soon as you have turned in your Debrief forms and any business cards that you have collected.