On Thursday, June 23, 2011, Glenna Gonzalez, Director of Public Relations for MEBO Research, Inc., participated in the sixth annual Genetics Day on the Hill, sponsored by Genetic Alliance, the world’s leading nonprofit health advocacy group. In addition to coaching clients both internationally and nationally and speaking, Glenna advocates for MEBO in various settings, such as the event on Capitol Hill, which included a cross-section of the genetics community, including health professionals, researchers, and families.
- The Title V Block Grant which is the Maternal and Child Health Program
- The National Center for Accelerating Translational Sciences, a new Center at NIH
- The protection of health and well-being through the CDC (Center for Disease Control) programs for birth defects, disabilities and public health.
Genetic Alliance is the world’s leading nonprofit health advocacy organization. The organization promotes an environment of openness centered on the health of individuals, families, and communities. It was a true pleasure for Glenna to participate in this event as a representative for MEBO Research. Glenna looks forward to attending next year. Genetic Alliance has an extensive Resource Repository on their website where we can continue to educate ourselves about genetic issues and genetic testing.
- raise awareness of systemic body odor conditions in the medical community
- governments to increase direct federal funding
- make scientific research of various types of body odor diseases a high-priority; including but not limited to, Trimethylamimuria (TMAU)
- efforts so that effective treatments and cures can be found.
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PLEASE INDICATE YOUR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE TO REPRESENT
A UNITED INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY.
Thank you Glenna and all the signatories for your participation in finding a solution,
María de la Torre
Founder and Executive Director
A Public Charity
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