AHA, ADA award community grants to improve CVD risk in type 2 diabetes
1 month ago - By Healio
The American Heart Association, in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association, accounted they awarded 10 community grants of up to $900,000 to help patients with type 2 diabetes lower their risk for CVD.
According to the release, the grants are part of the joint Know Diabetes by Heart initiative which seeks to reduce CV events and death among people with type 2 diabetes.
The aim of the community grants is to help organizations provide diabetes and CVD education materials and resources and fund outreach efforts that focused on engagement with Black and Latino populations, who
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