The National Eczema Association (NEA) wants to raise awareness of eczema as a public health issue and we need your help. For 2019, our goal is to have 10 states to declare October Eczema Awareness Month, and we need your help to get us there!
Filling out the simple form below will urge your elected state officials to introduce a resolution declaring October Eczema Awareness Month, following in the footsteps of Louisiana, Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
Contact your elected officials to encourage them to introduce a resolution that declares October, "Eczema Awareness Month."
By clicking on the "Take Action" button below, you will send an e-mail message to your state elected officials that essentially asks them to introduce and sponsor a resolution which declares October, Eczema Awareness Month. This action has the potential to bring attention to the seriousness of eczema as a public health issue and, if enough states pass these resolutions, additional funding for eczema research, as well as improved access to care for people with eczema.
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