AAHF

(redirected from American Association for Health Freedom)
AcronymDefinition
AAHFAmerican Association for Health Freedom (Great Falls, Virginia)
AAHFAfrican American Heritage Festival (various locations)
AAHFArmy Aviation Heritage Foundation (est. 1997)
AAHFAsian Agri-History Foundation (est. 1994; Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India)
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From 1992 through 1998, he served as a charter member of the board of directors of the American Preventive Medical Association (now the American Association for Health Freedom, AAHF).
The name reflects a merger of the American Association for Health Freedom (AAHF) and the Alliance for Natural Health in the UK.
If you think that the FDA should not take P5P off the natural supplements market in order to give it to a drug company, then I urge you to sign the petition at the American Association for Health Freedom website, http://aahf.
I am pleased to announce that the American Association for Health Freedom, an organization committed to complete reform of the FDA, is spearheading a campaign to change today's broken system.
The approach that the American Association for Health Freedom is proposing will enable Americans to access affordable, safe, and effective therapies that are being denied to them now.
We at Life Extension are proud to be a sponsor of the American Association for Health Freedom and join other visionary leaders who support it.
On January 12, the American Association for Health Freedom (AAHF) and the Alliance for Natural Health (ANH) together sharply criticized research, published on January 7 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, that claims that vitamins do not prevent cancer.
The American Association for Health Freedom (AAHF) is a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization that protects Americans' rights to access integrative medicine and dietary supplements.
Mail to: American Association for Health Freedom 4620 Lee highway, Suite 210, Arlington, VA 22207 (or do so online by logging on to www.
American Association for Health Freedom is concerned that acceptance of Medicare's petition will further erode the boundary between patented pharmaceuticals and dietary supplements.
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