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Field Reports

Access Granted: Breaking Barriers to Optimal Health for Food Insecure People Living with Chronic Illnesses

Renita Woolford, Emerson Fellow
Published 2009

Seattle, Washington

Access Granted: Breaking Barriers to Optimal Health for Food Insecure People Living with Chronic Illnesses discusses the importance of nutrition for chronically ill, low-income individuals and outlines policy recommendations for increasing community members’ access to nutritious foods, while saving lives and taxpayer dollars.

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Chronic or Life Challenging Illness, Health, Nutrition and Hunger - People with Chronic Illness, Policymakers

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Renita Woolford

Emerson Fellow,