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One person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer approximately every four minutes.
Today's show is devoted to the work of grassroots advocates who bring education, community outreach, and hope to patients, their families, co-workers, and friends. Stop and think for a moment. You know someone affected by a blood cancer.
As the Community Outreach Manager for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Sasha Harry leads the New York City Chapter efforts in community outreach, professional educational information and referral, and volunteer development.
Sasha serves as a key liaison for disseminating legislative information, discussing healthcare policies, calls to action and networking with many groups in NYC.
Sasha will address how to make your voice heard on important healthcare legislation in New York and how to bring your community together in the goal to elminate blood cancers.
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