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The DAA is diverse in scope, with our 29 members representing patient, professional and trade associations, other non-profit organizations, and corporations, all united to change the way diabetes is viewed and treated in America.

Diabetes Caucus

There are Diabetes Caucuses in both the US House of Representatives and Senate. They help educate Members of Congress and staff about diabetes and support legislative activities that would improve diabetes research, education and treatment.

The Congressional Diabetes Caucus was founded in 1996 and has grown to be one of the largest and most influential member organizations on Capitol Hill, with more than 350 members.

The members of the House Diabetes Caucus can be found here.

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