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Cardiology leaders and Sen. Michael Bennett (D-CO) during a Capitol Hill fly-in

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I’d like to challenge us all to think about “Advocacy,” not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care. - See more at: http://blog.cardiosource.org/post/cardiovascular-village-takes-recommendations-to-capitol-hill/#sthash.0BpMFFTU.dpuf
I’d like to challenge us all to think about “Advocacy,” not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care. - See more at: http://blog.cardiosource.org/post/cardiovascular-village-takes-recommendations-to-capitol-hill/#sthash.0BpMFFTU.dpuf
I’d like to challenge us all to think about “Advocacy,” not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care. - See more at: http://blog.cardiosource.org/post/cardiovascular-village-takes-recommendations-to-capitol-hill/#sthash.0BpMFFTU.dpuf
I’d like to challenge us all to think about “Advocacy,” not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care. - See more at: http://blog.cardiosource.org/post/cardiovascular-village-takes-recommendations-to-capitol-hill/#sthash.0BpMFFTU.dpuf
"I’d like to challenge us all to think about 'Advocacy,' not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care." -Eugene Sherman, MD, FACC

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