ASGE Launches Public Service Awareness Campaign to Preempt Esophageal Cancer

The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) has launched a campaign to inform the public about the link between chronic heartburn and esophageal adenocarcinoma, one of the fastest growing cancers in the US, and that due to recent advances in the detection and treatment of precancerous cells, gastroenterologists (GI’s) are now better equipped to help prevent this cancer before it can even start. The airport focused campaign, which is being launched in conjunction with Digestive Disease Week (DDW), the preeminent annual gastroenterology meeting (GI) which took place during the first…

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“Covered” PSA Urges Parents and Caretakers of Uninsured Children to Get Medicaid and CHIP so Kids are Ready for Summer Activities

Summer is almost here and families are evaluating activities such as sleepaway and day camps, sports teams and family vacations. Many are also examining which medications are needed to prepare for allergy and asthma season. With Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), parents can breathe a little easier knowing their kids can get the coverage they need to tackle seasonal allergies, and be prepared to participate in warm weather activities. For uninsured kids in families with limited incomes, Medicaid and CHIP offer eligible children and teens up to…

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Ovation Introduces Nationwide PSA Campaign As Part Of Its “Arts Across The Heartland” Initiative

As part of its “Arts Across the Heartland” initiative, Ovation, America’s only arts network, has completed a series of public service announcements (PSAs) in support of arts organizations and cultural institutions across the country. The PSAs, which were produced by Ovation in partnership with local cultural institutions and arts organizations, will air on Ovation TV and Stand For The Arts, Ovation’s arts advocacy platform. Stand For The Arts was established to raise awareness, protect access and encourage action on behalf of the arts. “Arts Across the Heartland” was conceived by…

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Groundbreaking PSA’s Urge Philanthropists to Live Up to Their Values on Diversity, Equity, Access, and Equality

A new series of PSAs is breaking ground on ensuring philanthropists are inclusive of people with disabilities. Representing a diverse group of people with disabilities, the stars speak directly to the camera in their own words. There was no script for the ads, only honest conversations with members of various disability communities. Participants in the ads include people who are deaf, blind, wheelchair-users or amputees or have Autism, learning differences or another disability. They include people who are African American, Hispanic, Latino, Asian, white and other backgrounds and are diverse…

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1in6 and NO MORE Release Powerful PSA Recognizing Men as Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Assault

In the fall of 2017, the #MeToo campaign took social media by storm, empowering survivors of sexual harassment and assault to share their experiences and raise awareness about the magnitude of the problem. While the campaign focused primarily on the systematic abuse of women, many men were also inspired to share their own stories, including celebrities like Anthony Edwards, Anthony Rapp, Terry Crews, and others. Now, the nonprofit organization 1in6—in partnership with NO MORE—is releasing a public service announcement (PSA), funded in part by the NFL, to shed light on…

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