The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation has awarded a total of $18.4 million in eight grants. The money will be used to help communities and populations disproportionately affected by a type of diabetes.
The grant will also help develop effective, comprehensive solutions that integrate public health, healthcare services, community supportive services and the strengths of the communities in order to improve health outcomes and reduce disease burden. Duke University Medical Center, the Durham County (N.C.) Department of Department Health and Human Services, FeedingAmerica and the CooperFoundation received the grants, among others.
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