APC's One Fund fuels our entire advocacy operation.
It takes funding to be effective. It takes money to be your voice in Washington and to work with Congress, FDA, UP, and other agencies to protect your practice and patients.
No one can deny APC is in the midst of a good run. We met with FDA and proposed a "middle way" on the MOU. We appealed USP beyond-use-date restriction in the new <795> and <797> chapters, and that appeal resulted in the indefinite postponement of those chapters. We led in encouraging NASEM to seek more balanced input for its study of cBHRT, resulting in the scheduling of a public session for that purpose. And even now we're working on possible dietary supplement monograph legislation and on providing informed input to FDA on their proposed bulks lists exclusions.
But that's not all. We also do an extraordinary amount of coalition-building, collaborating and influencing behind the scenes with a range of sister organizations and other groups, from NCPA, NABP and NHIA to groups like the Pew Charitable Trusts. There's no doubt those efforts grease the skids for success.
If you ever wonder how your APC dues dollars are being spent, just look back at that list of accomplishments.
Unfortunately, dues dollars aren't enough. That's why we have One Fund. It's a major source of advocacy revenue for APC, and it's funded by voluntary investments from supporters like you who value our advocacy work and want to see us succeed ... so that your compounding business can succeed as well.
Because APC's advocacy efforts benefit your business, please consider investing in One Fund. Your $500 or $1000 or even a recurring monthly investment WILL make a difference.
Here's how to invest. It's quick and easy, and you'll be doing right by your compounding practice - and the entire profession.