H.R. 4015: Cardiomyopathy Health Education, Awareness, Risk Assessment, and Training in the Schools (HEARTS) Act of 2015

To amend title III of the Public Health Service Act to authorize and support the creation of cardiomyopathy education, awareness, and risk assessment materials and resources by the Secretary of Health and Human Services through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the dissemination of such materials and resources by State educational agencies to identify more at-risk families.

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Nov 16, 2015


Referred to Committee on Nov 16, 2015

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Frank Pallone Jr.

Representative for New Jersey's 6th congressional district



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Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015
Length: 8 pages


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Nov 16, 2015

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