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March 24, 2015, marked the annual American Diabetes Association Alert Day. Check your risk for type 2 diabetes.

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NDEP Webinar from January now available online; features DAWN 2 (Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes, and Needs) survey results.

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American Medical Association and CDC announce new joint initiative: "Prevent Diabetes STAT: Screen, Test, Act - Today™."

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Member Profile

National Association of Chronic Disease Directors

The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors is a non-profit membership network representing over 3,000 specialized chronic disease practitioners working in public health departments across all US states and jurisdictions to prevent and control chronic disease. We partner with government, private industry and other associations committed to fighting chronic diseases. For more information, go to www.chronicdisease.org.

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The Diabetes Advocacy AllianceTM is working to increase awareness of, and action on, the diabetes epidemic among legislators and policymakers.  We are a diverse group of patient advocacy organizations, professional societies, trade associations and corporations, sharing a common goal to defeat diabetes.  Explore our site to learn more about what's on the front burner in our communications with Capitol Hill and the Administration. The Diabetes Advocacy Alliance™ is working to increase awareness of, and action on, the diabetes epidemic among legislators and policymakers. We are a diverse group of patient advocacy organizations, professional societies, trade associations and corporations, sharing a common goal to defeat diabetes. Explore our site to learn more about what's on the front burner in our communications with Capitol Hill and the Administration.

DAA Priorities for 2014

The Diabetes Advocacy Alliance (DAA) has public policy and legislative priorities in three areas: Prevention of type 2 diabetes; improved screening and detection of those adults with prediabetes and undiagnosed diabetes; and improved care for people whose diabetes has been diagnosed. A summary of DAA and DAA member priorities in diabetes is presented in this document: Advocacy Priorities in 2014.