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Nearly 50% of those infected with HIV/AIDS are African American

1 in 12 African Americans May Suffer And Die from Sickle Cell Disease

3.2M african americans have diabetes 33% don't know

Cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer of African Americans

African American women are 18% more likely to die from breast cancer

African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population.

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  • NBLCA Evolves Press Release

    10th of September 2019

    Contact:   Helen Shelton Finn Partners 212.593.6443 helen.shelton@finnpartners.com For Immediate Release NATIONAL BLACK LEADERSHIP COMMISSION ON AIDS EVOLVES INTO COMPREHENSIVE ADVOCACY, ACTION AND POLICY ORGANIZATION TO HELP ERADICATE HEALTH DISPARITIES IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY THE NEW NATIONAL BLACK LEADERSHIP COMMISSION ON HEALTH WILL BROADEN THE ORGANIZATION’S SCOPE TO INCLUDE OTHER MAJOR HEALTH DISPARITIES BEYOND HIV/AIDS […]

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