Raise Awareness about Early Diagnosis and the Campaign

Together, we can get the word out about the symptoms of pulmonary hypertension, the fact that PH can be mistaken for other, more common diseases with similar symptoms, and the importance of early and accurate diagnosis.

PH patient Marcia Beverly

Share Your Story of Diagnosis

Have you been diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension? If so, we would like to hear your story of diagnosis. Your story can help others going through the process of diagnosis.

Share your diagnosis story | Read and share stories of diagnosis

Ready to maximize your impact? Through the Media Action Network PHA offers free materials and support to help you share your story with the media, promote special events and educate your community about pulmonary hypertension.

Sometimes it's Pulmonary Hypertension

Tell the World Through Social Media

Share the campaign website link with everyone you know via email and on your favorite social networking sites: www.SometimesItsPH.org

Use our suggested messages to share information about the campaign.

I Am A ZEBRA and a PH Warrior

Post Your Zebra Picture

Have you done something creative to raise awareness and support of the Early Diagnosis Campaign? Share your zebra-related photos or art projects!

Share your zebra picture | View the zebra pictures

The information provided on the PHA website is provided for general information only. It is not intended as legal, medical or other professional advice, and should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultations with qualified professionals who are familiar with your individual needs.

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The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) awarded PHA the Abbey S. Meyers Leadership Award in 2012 for outstanding service to PHA members in advocacy, education and other key areas.