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Advancing a nationwide effort to offer free screening and patient education to those at greater risk of poor outcomes related to asthma, COPD, eczema, and food allergies. 

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Communities that are underserved and underresourced have limited access to quality healthcare.  . Black people and Hispanic/Latino people face higher risks of poor health outcomes than white, non-Hispanic people including:

    • access to medications and treatments
    • experiencing overwhelming long wait times to see a specialist
    • being hospitalized and even death

This reality needs to change. The Allergy & Asthma Network aims to improve access for Black people and Hispanic/Latino people in underserved and underresourced communities who experience social and economic barriers to quality health care. That’s where the Trusted Messengers Program comes in.

The Not One More Life Trusted Messengers program was created to provide outreach to marginalized communities. We partner with churches and community outreach organizations to offer free screening and patient education as well as offer those at risk for poor asthma outcomes an opportunity to join a FREE asthma education program research study. To learn or for more information get a lung coach.

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