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The North Carolina State Grange

PhRMA  |  Biography

The North Carolina State Grange serves as a family-oriented organization committed to serving its members through a variety of programs and services.
https://www.phrma.org/biography/the-north-carolina-state-grange

As U.S. looks to modernize NAFTA, strong enforcement of existing obligations should be a top priority

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

And, while Mexico has taken initial steps to implement RDP provisions by issuing guidelines to key federal agencies, the country has failed to fully implement their RDP obligations as the guidelines can be rescinded at any time because they have not been reflected in any national regulations or legislation.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/as-u.s.-looks-to-modernize-nafta-strong-enforcement-of-existing-obligations-should-be-a-top-priority

Many Say High Deductibles Make Their Health Law Insurance All but Useless

Access Better Coverage  |  From Our Network

I’m better off not purchasing that insurance and saving the money in case something bad happens.
http://www.accessbettercoverage.org/social-news/many-say-high-deductibles-make-their-health-law-insurance-all-but-useless

Australia is making it harder to protect inventions. That’s bad for American businesses and jobs.

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

Or they can risk a massive financial penalty that equates legitimate enforcement with patent abuse.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/australia-is-making-it-harder-to-protect-inventions.-thats-bad-for-american-businesses-and-jobs

ICYMI: Wall Street Journal and Washington Post Say TPP Should Protect Medical Innovation

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

Any trade deal “has to protect the fruits of innovation in the information economy,” the Journal finishes.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/icymi-wsj-and-washington-post-say-tpp-should-protect-medical-innovation

Hospitals Mark Up Medicine Prices Nearly 500%

PhRMA  |  Graphic

New analysis from the Moran Company found hospitals mark up medicine prices, on average, nearly 500 percent.
https://www.phrma.org/graphic/hospitals-mark-up-medicine-prices-nearly-500

The Next Five Years of PDUFA VI: Driving the availability of innovative treatments for patients

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

Specifically, PDUFA VI will: Enhance the predictability and efficiency of the drug review process; Support the development and application of 21st century regulatory approaches to drug development; Accelerate the integration of patient perspectives into the development and regulatory review of new medicines; Continue to strengthen post-approval safety; and Ensures that FDA can hire and retain a strong scientific and medical workforce to advance its public health mission.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/the-next-five-years-of-pdufa-vi-driving-the-availability-of-innovative-treatments-for-patients

Former law enforcement officials raise concerns with drug importation proposals

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

If the Sanders drug importation bill is passed, the dead may soon include patients who thought they were taking legitimate drugs for legal purposes.”
http://catalyst.phrma.org/former-law-enforcement-officials-raise-concerns-with-drug-importation-proposals

Local Impact: State-by-State Medicaid Spending on Prescription Medicines

PhRMA  |  Fact Sheet

We’ve talked before about how prescription medicines comprise a small share of Medicaid spending. In recent years new life-changing, innovative medicines have come to market to help patients live longer, healthier lives. But even with spending on these new medicines, Medicaid spending on prescrip...
https://www.phrma.org/fact-sheet/local-impact-state-by-state-medicaid-spending-on-prescription-medicines

She Has Health Insurance, But Can't Pay Her Medical Bills. She's Not Alone.

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She adds, "my car insurance may reimburse me for some of it after I'm done with treatment, but I don't know when that will be."
http://www.accessbettercoverage.org/social-news/she-has-health-insurance-but-cant-pay-her-medical-bills

MIT scientists find evidence that Alzheimer’s ‘lost memories’ may one day be recoverable

From Hope To Cures  |  From Our Network

 Nature reported that early trials showed that deep-brain stimulation of the hippocampus may improve memory in some Alzheimer's patients.
http://www.fromhopetocures.org/mit-scientists-find-evidence-that-alzheimer-s-lost-memories-may-one-day-be-recoverable

RA medicines often demonstrate far greater benefits to patients than initially understood

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

As a result of the complexity of the disease and the evolving body of evidence on treatment options, patients and their physicians must have the autonomy to make the treatment decisions that best accommodate individual needs and preferences.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/ra-medicines-often-demonstrate-far-greater-benefits-to-patients-than-initially-understood

Closing the Gap: Increasing Global Competition to Attract and Grow the Biopharmaceutical Sector

PhRMA  |  Report

The biopharmaceutical industry’s economic benefit in the United States is amplified by its large-scale supply chain for research and development (R&D), manufacturing, and distribution activities.
https://www.phrma.org

Las Compañías Biofarmacéuticas de Estados Unidos Lanzan una Innovadora Iniciativa Anunciando la Nueva Era de la Medicina

PhRMA  |  Press Release

Desde el año 2000, las empresas miembros de PhRMA han invertido más de medio trillón de dólares en la búsqueda de nuevos tratamientos y curas, incluyendo un estimado de $58.8 mil millones en el año 2015 por sí solo.
https://www.phrma.org/press-release/las-compa-as-biofarmac-uticas-de-estados-unidos-lanzan-una-innovadora-iniciativa-anunciando-la-nueva-era-de-la-medicina

Clinical Trials in Your State

From Hope To Cures  |  From PhRMA

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http://www.fromhopetocures.org/strengthening-our-economy/clinical-trials-in-your-state

Coverage Gap Phaseout, to Date, Has Improved Medication Adherence for Diabetes

Chartpack  |  From Our Network

Research shows that the phaseout of the coverage gap is making medicines more affordable in the gap and has resulted in patients adhering better to prescribed therapies.
http://chartpack.phrma.org/programs-chartpack/medicines-in-medicare/coverage-gap-phaseout-to-date-has-improved-medication-adherence-for-diabetes

Who is pushing for price controls? The answer may surprise you

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

 Legislation to arbitrarily cap prescription drug prices would have a devastating impact on medical innovation, threatening to turn back the clock on progress that is being made against some of the most challenging and debilitating diseases of our lifetime.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/who-is-pushing-for-price-controls-the-answer-may-surprise-you

I'm Not Average: Matt May Have Cancer, but Cancer Doesn’t Have Him

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

He has hope because of the progress made in cancer research.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/im-not-average-matt-may-have-cancer-but-cancer-doesnt-have-him

Significant progress fighting cancer: Death rate has dropped 25 percent

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

Research from a recent trial has demonstrated that 40 percent of patients are surviving three years or longer.  
http://catalyst.phrma.org/significant-progress-fighting-cancer-death-rate-has-dropped-25

Medicare Monday: What is IPAB, and why is it bad for patients?

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

The full letter can be found here. 
http://catalyst.phrma.org/medicare-monday-what-is-ipab-and-why-is-it-bad-for-patients

Matt Ellefson May Have Cancer, But Cancer Doesn’t Have Him

From Hope To Cures  |  From Our Network

In this video he shares his inspirational story of defying the odds and managing his disease to lead a happy and active life because of the progress made in cancer research.
http://www.fromhopetocures.org/video/matt-ellefson-may-have-cancer-but-cancer-doesn-t-have-him

Medicare Monday: Did you know Medicare Part B uses a market-based system to pay for medicines?

PhRMA  |  Blog Post

Many commercial insurers also use ASP as the basis for reimbursing physicians for physician-administered drugs.
http://catalyst.phrma.org/medicare-monday-did-you-know-medicare-part-b-uses-a-market-based-system-to-pay-for-medicines

Conversations Contributors - Marc M. Boutin, JD

PhRMA  |  Biography

On the one year anniversary of implementation of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA V), what element has shown the most promise?
https://www.phrma.org/biography/conversations-contributors-marc-m-boutin-jd

Getting What You Pay for in the ACA

Access Better Coverage  |  From Our Network

The Medicare Part D prescription drug program has such a feature, and it's proven hugely helpful to seniors.
http://www.accessbettercoverage.org/social-news/getting-what-you-pay-for-in-the-aca

Lung-MAP: Personalized Medicine is Driving a New Clinical Research Paradigm

Chartpack  |  From Our Network

Lung-MAP (Lung Cancer Master Protocol) uses genomic profiling to match patients to specific investigational personalized medicines, all under one umbrella study.
http://chartpack.phrma.org/personal-medicines-in-development-chartpack/an-evolving-pipeline/lung-map-personalized-medicine-is-driving-a-new-clinical-research-paradigm

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