The Colorado Department of Health and Environment has appointed Rosemary Bakes-Martin, the director of the El Paso County Health Department, to a statewide, 16-member chronic disease committee. According to the state health department, the purpose of the committee is “to set standards for and to review applications for $24 million in grants to be awarded for the prevention and treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disease and chronic pulmonary disease in the state.”
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