Stillbirth Makes Mainstream Media: Phoenix-based MISS Foundation Featured in People Magazine

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Phoenix resident and MISS Foundation CEO, Joanne Cacciatore, are featured in People magazine discussing the MISSing Angels Bill, a grassroots, legislative movement to recognize stillborn infants and their families.

The MISS Foundation, a Phoenix-based non-profit organization, is pleased to announce that efforts in passing the MISSing Angels Bill are being featured in People Magazine's December 11th issue.

About 18 millions People readers around the world will know about the state-by-state battle, one that began in the Arizona legislature, for stillborn infants and their families. Several members of the MISS Foundation's legislative team, including CEO, Joanne Cacciatore and Washington State Leader, Liz Allen are featured in an interview and photographic spread on this issue.

Cacciatore notes that, "We are grateful to People Magazine for bringing awareness to this silent public health problem, and to former Senators Marilyn Jarrett (deceased), Susan Gerard, and Andy Nichols (deceased) who championed for passage of the first bill in Arizona…it's unfortunate that some have chosen to make this issue so political and provocative."

For additional information, call CEO, Joanne Cacciatore at (623) 979-1000 or (602)574-1000. Web site is located at http://www.missingangelsbill.org or http://www.missfoundation.org.

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