Statements and Releases

Welcome to AAPCHO’s media room where you will find press highlights, latest news, and multimedia presentations about our work. We invite you to explore the left sidebar to navigate our media room and to check this section often to stay informed about what AAPCHO is doing to improve the health status and access of our communities.

AAPCHO’s press releases and statements are listed below in chronological order.
View archived press releases here.

AAPCHO Launches The Health Information Gateway: Diabetes
November 3, 2009

In recognition of National Diabetes Month, AAPCHO today unveiled The Health Information Gateway: Diabetes (“the Gateway”), a new online diabetes information database for physicians, advocates, health educators, patients and their families who need high quality materials in a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander languages. Continue reading

AAPCHO Releases AAPI Communities in Action
March 1, 2002

AAPCHO released its “Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities in Action” compendium, which highlights successful health care programs that increase access to health care and address health disparities in AAPI communities. Continue reading

Diabetes Nutrition Press Release (Hawaii)
November 1, 2000

The holidays represent a special time for gathering with family and friends. If you have diabetes, this two-month period can pose special challenges, because of the foods we eat to celebrate the holiday. How can you stick with your meal plan, yet join in the celebration and have some fun? Continue reading

Diabetes Nutrition Press Release (Japanese)
November 1, 2000

The holidays represent a special time for gathering with family and friends. If you have diabetes, this two-month period can pose special challenges, because of the foods we eat to celebrate the holiday. How can you stick with your meal plan, yet join in the celebration and have some fun? Continue reading

Diabetes Nutrition Press Release (Korean)
November 1, 2000

The holidays represent a special time for gathering with family and friends. If you have diabetes, this two-month period can pose special challenges, because of the foods we eat to celebrate the holiday. How can you stick with your meal plan, yet join in the celebration and have some fun? Continue reading

Diabetes Nutrition Press Release (Thai)
November 1, 2000

The holidays represent a special time for gathering with family and friends. If you have diabetes, this two-month period can pose special challenges, because of the foods we eat to celebrate the holiday. How can you stick with your meal plan, yet join in the celebration and have some fun? Continue reading

Media Relations

Beverly Quintana
(510) 272-9536 x112
bquintana@aapcho.org