Why we’ve been so damn wrong about the world for so long
The world is getting better.
We can all live longer, healthier lives, healthier communities.
We are getting the chance to create healthier, happier lives for ourselves and our families.
But we can’t do it if we don’t get this right.
That’s why we’ve decided to launch a new program, which aims to make that possible for everyone.
The first step is getting the world to understand that the “diseases of the wealthy” are contagious.
That means the diseases are all linked, and that people with a high-income background tend to be more likely to get the disease than others.
For decades, the idea that wealth was the cause of diseases has been dismissed as hogwash.
But now, we know that, yes, the world is a much more complicated place when it comes to wealth and health than we thought.
We’re all different.
We need to acknowledge that.
This new initiative, called Daring to Know, will bring together the world’s experts, scientists, doctors, public health professionals, and researchers to push back against that idea.
The Daring challenge is designed to give a voice to the 99% of people across the world who are sick with a disease and want to know more.
For example, if you or someone you know is sick with Crohn’s disease, or if you have asthma, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, or any other chronic condition, the Daring team will get your voice out there.
This week, the initiative launched a series of public forums to educate people about their personal and family stories.
We will also make sure the Dares know what to do to get their stories heard, including sharing the stories of other people with chronic illnesses.
The idea is to use the power of Daring, to show people that their stories matter, and also to make it easier for them to find out more about these disease-causing illnesses and how to prevent them.
We’ll also use the DARE platform to raise awareness and fund the work of those working on the problem, from the world-renowned scientists to the communities around them.
Our goal is to be a catalyst for change.
We’ve partnered with leading organizations, such as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the National Institutes of Health, the World Health Organization, and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, to bring the DASH platform to life.
We want to be the voice of the 99%.
So we have launched a campaign to educate all of the people we know about the disease-fighting powers of DARE, and to encourage them to become part of the DANCE team.
We believe that Daring can make a difference.
We also want to work with you.
If you’re interested in being part of DANCE, we’d love to hear from you.
Join us and share your story with us.
For more information, visit Daring.com.
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