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It’s easy! Simply fill out the form below and let us figure that out for you. If you already have a preferred role, let us know and we will consider it. Make sure you list how you are directly associated with Chronic Pain Management and/or Rare Disease so we can vet your application accordingly.
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Volunteers are the backbone of any organization. They keep the mission going when everyone including the people who begins things need inspiration to continue the fight. A volunteer is who gives the reason to fight on and on and on.
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COURSES BY RENEE BLARE, RPH
THE GREAT U.S. OPIOID STRATEGY, COURSE #1: DETAILS AND REGISTRATION
During the first course of this three 6-week-1 hour Zoom Interactive lecture/discussion course series, Renee Blare, disabled and Wyoming pharmacist examines the overall political and social purpose, strategy, launch, and ramifications of the Opioid War of the late 20th and early 21st centuries in the United States of America and its impact and effects on Chronic Pain and Rare Disease and disabled citizens as a whole.