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Our support group network has grown to more than 275 groups throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. PHA coordinates the work of more than 340 leaders – patients and caregivers who are managing their health, their families and their lives – who also volunteer to run patient support group meetings. The Support Group Leadership Institute has enabled us to connect these busy leaders in meaningful ways including, but not limited to, providing web-based and telephone trainings.
We are grateful to our sponsors – Actelion Pharmaceuticals, Bayer Healthcare and United Therapeutics Corporation – for their generous support.
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What does "success" mean to you? What does it mean to your group? How can we start now to prepare for a successful year ahead? Leaders joined in a discussion about these questions and more
The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is pleased to announce the members of PHA's Support Group Leader Advisory Board for the 2018-2020 term: Lindsay Collins – new member Debra Hines – new member Mike Robinson
Whether you were or were not able to attend PHA’s 2018 International PH Conference and Scientific Sessions this past weekend in Orlando, Fla., you can glimpse the highlights and key moments in photos.
The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) has created a new resource for people who have recently been – or are at risk of being – diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension (PH). The Roadmap to Hope: a
Washington, D.C., Golden Glove Lightweight Champion and PHA celebrity champion Elvis Medrano will join the PH community at PHA’s 2018 International PH Conference and Scientific Sessions to share his battle with CTEPH during the
“Oh! My grandfather has hypertension!” Have you ever heard a response like this when trying to explain pulmonary hypertension (PH)? Members of Congress make laws that impact the PH community every day, but, like so
March 13th may have brought a nor’easter to New Hampshire, but that didn’t stop Jane Armstrong and Deb Cantlin RN, MS from promoting awareness of pulmonary hypertension at a Staff Safety and Quality event
Throughout May, beginning on World PH Day, May 5, 80 global pulmonary hypertension (PH) organizations will participate in a worldwide awareness campaign to advocate for access to PH diagnosis, treatment and care. Organizations will
Born in Auckland, New Zealand, Rebekah was sick a lot as a toddler with colds and even pneumonia. That didn’t stop her from being active like any other child as her parents searched for
The upcoming issue of Pathlight, a complementary quarterly magazine for Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) members, introduces a new feature called, PHour Questions. The segment will introduce clinicians from Pulmonary Hypertension Care Center (PHCCs), including