Additions include: Military Officers Association of America National Council of La Raza Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations National Association of Hispanic Nurses To see the current list of endorsers and to read more about the Lung Cancer Mortality Reduction Act go to www.
What does AAPCHO stand for?
AAPCHO stands for Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations
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- Australian Army Pay Corps
- Australian Army Provost Corps
- Automatic Amplifier Power Control (Ciena)
- Average Annual Percent Change (statistic)
- Aviation Accident Prevention Course
- Avis d'Appel Public à la Concurrence (France)
- Adjusted Average per Capita Cost
- American Association of Poison Control Centers
- Amyloidosis Associated with Plasma Cell Dyscrasia
- Australian Association for Pastoral Care in Education
- Atlantic Agri-Products Competitiveness Initiative
- Average Annual per Capita Income
- African American Photographers of Central Ohio
- American Association of Pesticide Control Officials (est. 1947; Milford, DE)
- Association of American Pesticide Control Officials
- Associação de Apoio ao Programa Comunidade Solidaria (Portuguese: Association of Support for Community Solidarity Program; Brazil)
- Australian Associated Press Communications Services
- Aging Aircraft Planning Division (AASPO)
- American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- American Association of People with Disabilities
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The awards for each type of grant are: Community Health Applied Research Network Awards Grantee City State Award Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations Oakland Calif.
Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Minority Health, the Hepatitis B Foundation and the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) today launched a new campaign to raise awareness of the epidemic of chronic hepatitis B among Americans of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage.