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The National Physician and Family Referral (NPFR) Project, in collaboration with physicians, and local and national disease organizations has implemented a special health awareness text message program initially to outreach African Americans who do not have personal access to the internet.
“African American HEALTH MATTERS is part of a NEW outreach to eliminate racial disparities in health care through a unique, intimate opt-in education program accessed through your cell phone. Messages are also available through e-mail for those with online access.
“African American HEALTH MATTERS” mobile health text message program sends reminders about health matters in your life, educational health tips and positive reinforcement to help you keep a positive mental attitude, which is also an important part of good health.
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