Young Orthopaedic Patients Find Their Voices on Capitol Hill

Research Capitol Hill Days provide advocacy opportunity

Erin Lynn Ransford

Orthopaedic surgeons, patients, and researchers from 21 states visited Capitol Hill in February to raise awareness of musculoskeletal diseases and disorders and to highlight the need for continued federal research funding. The annual AAOS Research Capitol Hill (RCH)Days advocacy event provided an opportunity for patients with a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions to share their stories with members of Congress and underscore the value of orthopaedic research.

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