We often hear about the power of lobbyists/advocates and their ability to take on a specific cause with the goal of influencing change. But when The LAM Foundation decided to gather a group of LAM patients, family and friends in Washington, D.C. to advocate for LAM awareness and the need for continued funding of the NIH, it presented an opportunity almost as rare as the disease itself.
Global Genes Summit
Development Manager, Katie Jensen recently traveled to the Global Genes Rare Patient Advocacy Summit to learn from and collaborate with other rare disease leaders. Read about what she learned, who she met, and why she’s even more inspired for the Patient Benefit Conference & LAMposium LA!
Since our time on Capitol Hill in late June, there has been much happening around the 2018 congressional budget. Below is the latest regarding NIH funding and information about how you can continue to help ensure this important funding is sustained in the 2018 budget.