The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded $3 million for 20 planning grants to accelerate public health strategies that reduce the burden of chronic disease among people experiencing health disparities and inequities. The program is part of the AHA-supported Social Determinants Accelerator Act, provisions of which were included in appropriations legislation enacted in December. 

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