“Seriously one of the coolest, most rewarding things I’ve ever done. Sharing my story was important to me so no one else goes 20 years without a diagnosis. It was an honor to be with other amazing patient advocates and great researchers. I won’t ever forget this day!”
On Nov. 19, 2019, Project Sleep and the Sleep Research Society hosted a Congressional Briefing and Advocacy Day bringing together the sleep community to urge Congress to support critical sleep research and awareness efforts.
The day kicked off with a Congressional Briefing in the Rayburn House Office Building—bringing together Members of Congress, staff members, renowned sleep researchers and patient advocacy leaders, and other community stakeholders.