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Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance

Alliance with chronic disease prevention stakeholders

The Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (ACDPA) brings together five leading non-government health organisations to prevent chronic disease in Australia.   

The National Heart Foundation of Australia works collaboratively with the Cancer Council Australia, Diabetes Australia, Kidney Health Australia, and the Stroke Foundation, to collectively advocate for prevention, integrated risk assessment and effective management of chronic disease risk.  

Visit the ACDPA website


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