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State of PHA - An Annual Update from PHA President Rino Aldrighetti

February 23, 2011

The cause continues to move forward in many directions. 2010 was a year of continuing growth and strength in the fight against PH. In this webinar, you will hear from PHA’s President, Rino Aldrighetti, on PHA's recent accomplishments and what we expect to achieve this year.

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Rino Aldrighetti, PHA's President and CEO

Rino Aldrighetti
PHA's President and CEO

Rino is PHA's President. Besides direct management of the association, his responsibilities include planning, program development and fundraising. Rino oversees the following departments: Advocacy and Awareness, International Services and Finance. Rino works closely with PHA's Board, its Scientific Leadership Council and is involved in many of PHA's committees.

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