Peter Sagal offers New, Personalized PSA Support to CCF

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Dear PSA Director,

Most people don’t realize that inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can affect people of all ages, ethnicities, and genders. To raise awareness, our PSAs spotlight the lives of multiple people with undiagnosed IBD: from an Asian child and her concerned mother, to a Hispanic college student, a Black woman in a city, and a White man at the office. Our newest radio PSA features NPR host Peter Sagal and an inspiring story of his late uncle Ted.

The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s “Spill Your Guts” PSA campaign raises awareness of IBD symptoms, encourages seeking medical help, and inspires important conversations about these diseases. Please help us by sharing these PSAs, and you can help improve the quality of life for your viewers and their loved ones.

Thank you for your consideration.

Judy Hoffstein
Chief Marketing Officer
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation

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