WELCOME TO PHAWARE.GLOBAL
Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a rare, life-threatening
lung disease that can lead to right heart failure.
phaware creates PH awareness and global engagement on behalf
of families, caregivers and medical professionals and supports
innovative PH research efforts to find a cure for this deadly disease.
phaware.global is both a website and social media portal
designed to amplify PH awareness on a massive scale.
Engage for a cure with phaware.
I'm aware that I'm RARE :30 PSA
Are you #phaware that pulmonary hypertension patient
can become breathless after taking 3 steps up a flight of stairs?
phaware is asking you to #StepUpForPH
Show the world you are #phaware of this rare, life-threatening lung disease.
Engage for a cure by helping us spread the word and ask others to do the same.
WAYS YOU CAN STEP UP:
Step Up and be an ADVOCATE:
HELP make the world #phaware by sharing our “I’m aware that I’m RARE” PSA.
Step Up and be an ACTIVIST:
Ask your employer, medical center or local TV or Radio stations to play
our "I’m aware that I’m RARE" PSA.
Request a copy at email@example.com.
Step Up and be a SUPPORTER:
Donate to support innovative research as we strive to find a cure.
Donate $25 to receive an "I'm aware that I'm RARE" T-shirt.
You can also get your RARE shirt at: www.represent.com/phaware
Help make the world #phaware one step at a time!
STEP UP WITH A SELFIE:
Step 1: SNAP a Selfie on staircases around the globe.
The Lincoln Memorial, the "Rocky" step in Philadelphia, The Great Wall of China, etc.
Step 3: POST your photos across social media.
Be sure to tag them with #phaware & #StepUpForPH.
Challenge your friends and family to #StepUpforPH and participate!
A clinical study involves research using human volunteers (also called participants) that is intended to add to medical knowledge. There are two main types of clinical studies: clinical trials (also called interventional studies) and observational studies. Click here to learn more about Clinical Trials
Click here for open studies for Pulmonary Hypertension
Click here for open studies for CTEPH