Maria Shriver, one of the country's leading voices for women, invited For Grace to write about the controversy surrounding the Super Bowl ad that we partnered on. Toussaint penned this provocative piece, titled Remember This Super Bowl Ad? It Showed the Need for Us to Open Our Hearts & Minds , published on MariaShriver.com that challenges current public perception about opioid use. Thank you, Ms. Shriver, for your unwavering support for women (and men) in pain.
For Grace Founder Cynthia Toussaint's life and times with chronic pain is the focus of an Examiner.com article. Toussaint shares deeply about the torment and suffering inherent with her 33+ year experience with CRPS - and how she's learned to re-invent herself, finding wisdom, meaning and perseverence along the way.
Healthcare insurance companies causing pain is the topic explored in the National Pain Reports most recent "My Story" installment. For Grace Spokesperson Cynthia Toussaint shares her fight to maintain access to medication that has allowed her to function for nearly 30 years. Too many women in pain are waging this same battle...
The Los Angeles Times ran an informative article that takes a close look at the Super Bowl OIC ad that For Grace partnered on. Find out more about the controversy surrounding the ad seen by 115 million people by linking here. Also, Forbes.com wrote a positive, in-depth article about the spot and why OIC is different from normal constipation.