Advocacy

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Change begins with you. Take action. Ensure that research to improve health is a funding and policy priority.

What is advocacy? To advocate simply means to speak up, to plead the case of another or to champion a cause. It is something that most of us routinely do on behalf of our families, our neighbors, our friends and ourselves. Advocacy is democracy in action and everyone’s right as a citizen.

To learn more about Research!America’s advocacy and becoming an advocate yourself, visit our website.

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The capabilities are enormous, a little bit of research can pay off quite a bit in the long run.
Paul D’ Addario, retinitis pigmentosa patient